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    Quote Originally Posted by zombiekitty View Post
    That's what I was thinking.
    I'm doubtful they'd approve it. Very doubtful.

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    See above, we got approved pretty quickly, I was actually surprised, I was half expecting to get knocked back.

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    ok laides thanks for your replies.
    can anyone shed some light on what happens if you're already on the PPS and you then move in with FOB for financial purposes? i imagine that happens alot, i cant be the only one?
    I did this as well. I split with the ex and spent the next 6 months homeless as a result of not being able to acquire a rental. So the ex and i got a place together. I went and saw a social worker at Centrelink. She said she didn't feel that living him was the best idea due to previous DV but she could understand how desperate i must have been. She actually said it was becoming more and more common for ex's to be moving back in with each other simply as a result of the way the rental market is.
    I didn't have any real trouble. She added her notes to my file and that was the end of it really.


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