UK expats separating abroad: implications for children

Spending time living abroad is becoming an increasingly popular choice for many families, whether to work and enjoy an "expat" lifestyle, or to travel and explore the world and other cultures. Many couples will make the decision to move abroad as a family whilst others may move abroad to live with a new partner. If... Continue Reading →

Pension reforms: are you ready?

Monday 6 April 2015 will see the Government's flagship pensions freedom policy comes into force. This new scheme will provide people with flexibility to choose how they deal with their pension, giving individuals the freedom to decide whether to invest, save or spend their pension. My colleage Mark Sage has put together a handy guide... Continue Reading →

Thinking practically, as well as romantically, following an engagement

"Will you enter into a prenup with me?" Eight words potentially loaded with uncertainty and the possibility of a few awkward conversations. Not nearly as romantic as the four words that will have crossed many lips on Valentine's Day: "Will you marry me?" Valentine's Day is statistically one of the most popular days of the... Continue Reading →

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