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She is a friend. She sleeps in a separate bedroom now between 5 and 7 days a week but it was less than this previously.
She owns a house which her estranged husband lives in and a motorhome wich she uses extensively.
She stays in her own house when he is away in and sometimes to help as he is epileptic.
She owns a house jointly with her estranged husband. He lives in the house. She also owns a motorhome wich she uses extensively.
She stays in her own house when her husband is away and also smetimes to help him as he is epileptec.
If they assume cohabiting but no financial contribution is made would this mean a reduction or withdrawal in Pension Credit?
If it is assumed that a contribution is being made (even if it is not the case) then would my Pension Credit be reduced by the amount of the assumed contribution? How could they decide an amount that does not exist?