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cancelling an 'Attendance Allowance' claim
Hi there....Iv asked this on here but im not sure how to find the answer as im so upset......im hoping someone will email me.....I sent in a form each for my mum and dad for attendance allowance around the 14th Feb ... my dad is very poorly with parkinsons demential and heart problems and is more or less house bound except when we take him to the hospital and doctors for his appointments and to get him out.....he is on high rate DLA and care ..I have found out that if he claims for this his DLA will stop so we honestly dont want that to happen, how do i go about cancelling his claim???? my mum's claim has been sent but i didn't know that about my Dads DLA will be cancelled.....im so upset as I done this for them .....I just didn't make sure you could i was told you could and took this as i could for them.......i hope someone can help Iv sent a letter by special delivery today signed by my dad and me to their address I hope someone can help thank you x
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