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(p. 212) 21. Welfare Benefits 

(p. 212) 21. Welfare Benefits
(p. 212) 21. Welfare Benefits

Jane Sendall

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date: 14 July 2020

This chapter discusses the main types of welfare benefits that are available to family law clients. These include income support, jobseeker’s allowance, tax credits, employment and support allowance, housing benefit, council tax reduction, and child benefit.

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