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  • What Is A Debt Relief Order

    Options for getting out of debt

    Being in debt can feel like you’re stuck in a deep hole with no means of climbing out. Burying you head in the sand will only make the situation worse, so if you are feeling overwhelmed by financial worry read on to discover some of the options that may be available to you. There are

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    Tips If You Are Facing Eviction

    Tips If You Are Facing Eviction

    Keeping a roof over our heads is paramount, one of our basic requirements, though one that can often be taken for granted. For varying reasons people can find that they are suddenly asked to leave or find out that they are to be evicted from their homes. The prospect of having nowhere to go is

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    Employment and Support Allowance

    Employment and Support Allowance

    Replacing Incapacity Benefit, Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) is aimed at people who can’t work due to sickness or disability and who don’t receive statutory sick pay. As well as offering financial support for those unable to work, the benefit also helps people who want and are able to work. Work Capability Assessment In order

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    Speeding Fines - Know your Rights

    Speeding Fines – Know your Rights

    If you’ve been caught speeding by the police, or a speed camera, you may well be kicking yourself. But your energy would probably be better spent reading up in your rights. Speeding The issue of speeding is usually cut and dry – either you were going too fast or you weren’t. If you’ve been caught

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    Reasons for eviction from private rentals

    Reasons for eviction from private rentals

    If you’re facing eviction from a private rental, then you may be wondering where you stand. Even if your landlord has asked you to move out, there may be a way that you can stay in your home. Tenancy agreements The first thing you should do is check your tenancy agreement. There are two types

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    Child maintenance and your ex

    Child maintenance and your ex

    Child maintenance can be a tricky issue to confront when you split up with a partner. But whatever the situation, both parents are legally responsible for the financial upbringing of their children, until they are at least 16 years old. Whether you’re going through a break up and don’t know where to start with child

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