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Paul 123 said: Posted on: 01/08/2017 16:37

I have a future Tenant that has separated from her Husband. She has 2 small children and a few debts. I have guarantors in place.

She wants the Housing Benefit to come straight to me, as the Landlord.
Is there a standard letter she can adapt to send off prior to applying for the HB?
She is aware that the Government policy is for the Tenant to "learn how to manage their own Finances." But she is "not very good with money" and wants the payment made straight to me.

What is the best way to approach this?

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