Family Law & Finances

 

Wondering how to make the family budget go further? Want to save for your child's further education? Writing a will?

Take a look at these articles for some help and guidance.....

For future financial stability it is useful for everyone to learn good money management skills.

Starting adult life from a financial viewpoint can be likened to scaling Mount Everest - it’s uphill all the way, with plenty of scope for a serious fall.

For many, 2010 will be another frugal year where prudent spending and cost cutting methods will rule the household budget. Yet, with a little creativity and a keen eye for a bargain, the family leisure budget can be slashed in two. We’ve set ourselves a series of challenges to see how far a few pounds will stretch…

Yes, other than the fact that a slice of bread and butter will fall to the floor buttered side down, it is the one certainty of life. Passing away, forever sleep - however we refer to it, will happen – we are all going to die.

With the credit crunch firmly ripping at the family’s purse strings and with the seemingly constant rise to the costs of living dripping away, many parents who are feeling the pinch may feel forced to work extra hours simply to make ends meet.

Although it is hard, many families manage to deal with the inevitable changes that come with divorce in a way that removes much of the pain for the children.

Everyone can preserve energy. Saving energy can include anything from pulling on an extra jumper instead of turning up the thermostat or remembering to turn off the telly rather than leaving it on standby.

It may be responsible for countless sleepless nights, but personal debt has been a waking nightmare for many families who now find themselves struggling to keep their finances afloat.

There are several different places, depending on your circumstances, where you can get money to help pay for your childcare...