I imagine you should be ale to download and print from online banking on a P.C, rather than an app.
Yes, they will need evidence of partners income to calculate the correct share of expenses ( if your partner earns twice as much they would be expected to bear a corresponding share of expenses ), but most firms are not interested in making the solvent partner actually contribute to the IVA. Some, however, do.
The guideline figures for food, toiletries and cleaning for a family of six are a minimum figure of £401, a middle figure of £571 and a maximum of £698. The single most important part of an IVA is affordability so make sure and agree a figure that can be sustained without putting the family budget under pressure.
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