Weʼre raising £20,000 to legal fees to stop my partner being robbed by his business partners who are taking advantage of his cancer diagnosis
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Andrew has worked hard since he was 14 years old . We have been together for 20 years but never spent Christmas together as be was always working. Having survived cancer as a young man we were devastated when we found out that it had returned on 2nd May this year. Four days before his diagnosis and whilst in bed unable to breathe he received a call from a fellow director of his business telling him that the company was being sold. Ever since we have spent every spare minute of our precious time ( there is not much left) trying to find out what is going on. The man who has been left in charge has run the company into the ground whilst Andrew has been helpless and unable to do anything. This man has run up huge debts and has attempted to sell the company leaving Andrew to pay the debts that have been run up in hos absence. We have contacted everyone we can think of to help us and the stress has taken its to on both of us. We have been told that the only way is to get legal help but as this is so incredibly expensive we could end up losing our home to pay the legal fees. This is causing Andrew so much anxiety at a time when he is undergoing chemotherapy and should nit be having to desl woth this, Justice is only for people who can afford to buy it and it would be less expensive to allow him to be robbed. Andrew is 67 and I am 58. We are appealng to anyone who may help us and would be happt to meet you or talk to you on the phone. This is a bery genuine appeal
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