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Advice For Single Parents On Getting Financial Help




By Jenny Magnier

Many governments, social institutes and religious organization around the world are now recognizing the value and nobility of single parenting.

Being a single parent is an act of courage. It's only by choice and thoughtful decision that one gets ready to deal with single parenting. It is to be noted that almost every single parent, was given a choice or option to either get on with the life or become a single parent. And even after that, they decided to take on the parenting role against all odds.

Societies acknowledge the greater guts and conscience of single parents and honor their decision to not to kill the child during pregnancy through abortion.

Even the Catholic Church and Rome, which usually advises its believers to avoid or prevent the occasions of sins that could lead to single parenthood, provides unconditional moral and spiritual support once a person becomes a single parent.

Law and Regulations around Financial Help

Financial help or aid is given by the government to any single parent who obviously and direly needs financial support. The law recognizes the very hard and very imposing responsibility single parents assume and take, that is why financial help is extended to single parents.

In that way, the hardships and pressures experienced by single parents are purposely and somehow reduced and alleviated, if not totally eliminated. The morale of the single parent in continually raising the child is also boosted.

Seeking Financial Help

Single parents have to follow a procedure for applying for financial aid. The procedure is usually simple and straightforward, and starts with filling up an application form. The application form is usually freely available at the local or nearest City Hall.

The application form should be honestly and clearly filled out because that information gets verified and will essentially form the basis for approving the financial aid application. There shouldn't be any padding or unnecessary tarnishing of information. Remember, honesty will pay in this case because you will be evaluated against being truthful and trustworthy also.

Be advised that while financial help and aid for single parents are available and open to every single parent in the land, qualifications and eligibilities do exist and are set to protect the funds from abusive and money greedy people. Not all single parents are qualified for that, but believe it or not, the provisions are really bright and necessary.

It must be noted that financial help and money aids are reserved only for needy people and not meant for those single parents whose salaries and compensation is very huge and more than enough to comfortably support their children. Providing financial assistance to self-dependant parents would be too unfair to those who are deprived of basic and comfortable living.

Eligibility for Financial Help

The first and basic requirement to qualify for any financial help or assistance provided by the government to single parents, is that the single parent above all must be divorced. The status of single parent can not be proved otherwise.

There are some other instances when one can become eligible to receive financial assistance. When the other significant parent, mom or dad, is already dead, or is seriously injured, disabled or handicapped, the remaining parent can claim for financial help.

In most other cases, the eligibility requirements for single parents basically require the financial help applicant to prove that the financial help or support is really and badly needed by the single parent and the child.

A single parent is very much qualified for financial help if his or her partner is imprisoned regardless of the case that made him or her partially incapable to provide finances and full financial support to the child.

Even in cases when the child is apparently born out of wedlock, that is if the child has been born while the parents were not legally tied or married, the single parent can become eligible for aid.
 
 
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