My mum has just been diagoinsed with cancer and is looking at surgery in the next two weeks, what i want to know is i have 15 payments left totalling £3000 but with me being in a different city and not driving and also will need to take a few weeks off unpaid leave to help look after her whether it would be possible to take a 6 months payment break or to ask if they will accept the amount so far as final payment which is £9000 of £1200 it will be once finished.
The only reason for this is with takin unpaid leave and extra travel costs i could really do with this being over now.
Really would like advice on what you think the best option would be?
Thats the 1st thing im going to do in the morning its just been such a shock but as you know when its comes to mothers if i need to take two months off work to look after her thats what i have to do...only get one mum,
I'm with Grant Thorton was with debt matters....does anyone know how they are i've not had much to do with them really they just took the IVA over and nothing changed so not had much contact as had no issues it was all done really smoothly.
This is where people must remember than IP's are human beings,however sometimes the staff below them are afraid to bother them with matters like this. Make sure you talk to your IP and I am sure you will get a positive outcome. Wish your Mum luck with the surgery,and you are very correct with the 1 mum statement.
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So spoke to Grant Thornton this morning and the vairtion team will be calling back tomorrow evening to go through things to see if i can end my IVA now.
The lady on the phone didi mention that if it cant be done i could maybe take a 4month of 12 month payment break and just add it to the end so fingers crossed we can get somthing sorted. Will keep you poste
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