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Bedroom Quandary

Family Law, Children, Adoption

Re: Bedroom Quandary

Postby JoeDaFone » Wed May 18, 2016 11:41 am

Given that he's 12, they're probably planning for him hitting puberty when he requires a room of his own.

They probably think it's best to sort this now, rather than potentially uproot him later.

Have you asked them what housing options might be available to you? If they are requiring this, you could argue you qualify for social housing.
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