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So my parents are divorced, I spend time at both their houses, but more at my mum's.
My mother's side earns better than my dad's, and I want to get a better maintenance loan so I want to put down my dad's address and household income. I need a better maintenance loan because I can't rely on my parents to give me money if I need it at Uni.

I'm wondering if it's possible to put down my dad's household income even though I spend more time at my mum's? Do I need to provide evidence of living there?
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So my parents are divorced, I spend time at both their houses, but more at my mum's.
My mother's side earns better than my dad's, and I want to get a better maintenance loan so I want to put down my dad's address and household income. I need a better maintenance loan because I can't rely on my parents to give me money if I need it at Uni.

I'm wondering if it's possible to put down my dad's household income even though I spend more time at my mum's? Do I need to provide evidence of living there?
Hi Vicky, you should choose one parent.

If your dad is not single then we will also need his partner/spouses details.
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Hi Vicky, you should choose one parent.

If your dad is not single then we will also need his partner/spouses details.
Thanks, Isaac
Hi, thanks! So it doesn't matter which parent? I can put down my dad, even though I stay more at my mum and my original address is there?
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Hi, thanks! So it doesn't matter which parent? I can put down my dad, even though I stay more at my mum and my original address is there?
We advise using the parent you stay with the most but you can use your dad.
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We advise using the parent you stay with the most but you can use your dad.
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Thank you so much! You helped me a lot!
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We advise using the parent you stay with the most but you can use your dad.
Thanks, Isaac
Another question, so when I'm applying to student finance, do I have to put down the same address as my dad's? Or can I put down where I currently live (my mum's), and still be able to have my dad's income looked at?
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Thank you so much! You helped me a lot!
You're welcome
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Another question, so when I'm applying to student finance, do I have to put down the same address as my dad's? Or can I put down where I currently live (my mum's), and still be able to have my dad's income looked at?
You should put the address your living at as that's where post will be sent.
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