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    Hi
    Ive received a costs order of £75,000 which has to be paid in 5 days.
    I receive ESA and PIP due to mental health problems and waiting for both knees to be replaced as well as numerous illnesses.
    I have a house which has 2 charges already on it and no way of paying this money which was accrued in litigation costs were I was unrepresented as I couldnít afford it and ended up a defendent against a whole team of aggressive solicitors.
    What can I do ?
    Any help will be sincerely appreciated.
    Many thanks
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    Originally posted by Jan777 View Post
    Hi
    Ive received a costs order of £75,000 which has to be paid in 5 days.
    I receive ESA and PIP due to mental health problems and waiting for both knees to be replaced as well as numerous illnesses.
    I have a house which has 2 charges already on it and no way of paying this money which was accrued in litigation costs were I was unrepresented as I couldnít afford it and ended up a defendent against a whole team of aggressive solicitors.
    What can I do ?
    Any help will be sincerely appreciated.
    Many thanks
    By the sounds of it, as unfortunate as it is, not a lot can be done now. You are past the point where you could have fought back.
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