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    When applying for student finance, I am asked to state the whole household income including parents and there partner. However, my mum is not married to her partner but live together. My mums partner does not contribute to any of my living, and financially has nothing to do with me. He also has his own children who he supports without my mum's financial aid. The house the bills etc. are all in my mums name as it is my mums house and her partner moved in after us. Would i still have to declare his income in my household income even though they are not married and he does not support me? Thanks
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    (Original post by forster96)
    When applying for student finance, I am asked to state the whole household income including parents and there partner. However, my mum is not married to her partner but live together. My mums partner does not contribute to any of my living, and financially has nothing to do with me. He also has his own children who he supports without my mum's financial aid. The house the bills etc. are all in my mums name as it is my mums house and her partner moved in after us. Would i still have to declare his income in my household income even though they are not married and he does not support me? Thanks
    I don't think so, but call up Student Finance just to check?
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    (Original post by forster96)
    When applying for student finance, I am asked to state the whole household income including parents and there partner. However, my mum is not married to her partner but live together. My mums partner does not contribute to any of my living, and financially has nothing to do with me. He also has his own children who he supports without my mum's financial aid. The house the bills etc. are all in my mums name as it is my mums house and her partner moved in after us. Would i still have to declare his income in my household income even though they are not married and he does not support me? Thanks
    The fastest way to get an answer would be to ring up SFE in the morning and ask.. Unless someone has been in the same situation here I don't think we'd be able to give you professional advice. However there is a SFE section on here http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/forumdisplay.php?f=910 , so if you're desperate to avoid a phone call then I'd suggest replicating your question there. I can't say how fast they'll reply though.

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    (Original post by forster96)
    When applying for student finance, I am asked to state the whole household income including parents and there partner. However, my mum is not married to her partner but live together. My mums partner does not contribute to any of my living, and financially has nothing to do with me. He also has his own children who he supports without my mum's financial aid. The house the bills etc. are all in my mums name as it is my mums house and her partner moved in after us. Would i still have to declare his income in my household income even though they are not married and he does not support me? Thanks
    Yes you do unfortunatley. To only include your Mum you need to provide evidence she is single.
 
 
 
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