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    Default Parenting payment partnered

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    I'm a bit confused what you are asking. Are you asking if you'd qualify for parenting payment? It all depends on your household income. Does he work?

    If you don't want to be with him then it may be best you leave?

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    I'm on parenting payment. Deleted
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    And no he didn't work he is on disability pension

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    If you want to do 'Separated under the same roof' you both have to sign the paperwork, and have to be able to prove it and have third parties who will verify it if need be. Does he know you want to leave?

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    Call centerlink and see what you'd be entitled to. There's lots of things you might qualify for as a single parent. Life's far too short to stay with someone who doesn't make you happy.

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    perhaps you can contact a social worker, like from salvos or something. I think you will be needing some one to mentor you, guide you through what you can access and how to apply for further benefits. also for your partner, if he is on a disability pension, there perhaps needs to be a guardian for him. This is a complicated situation and there needs to be professional help. Make an appointment with centerlink to speak with a counsellor. ?? I think that would be your best starting point. marie.

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