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Financial Advice London with Sam Whybrow APP CFP ACSI

Financial Advice London with Sam Whybrow APP CFP ACSI

  Chartered Financial Planner helping you to make a business plan for your life Financial planning is about how you connect with money, yourself, your life and others – and how to make money work for you and not the other way around.   My approach to financial planning is designed to assist people to achieve greater clarity and control of their finances at any stage of their life.   I am one of only a few UK Financial Advisers to be a Chartered Financial Planner, Certified...

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How Counselling can help you create a Living Together Agreement – Victoria Sharman

How Counselling can help you create a Living Together Agreement – Victoria Sharman

  Living together as a couple can be a momentous carefully thought-out life event – or something that just ‘evolves’. Either way, it is a sign that your relationship is at a stage where you are committing to sharing your lives on a daily basis. So would it not be wise to be well prepared, and to discuss areas which could be difficult before they happen? Most relationships experience change and have highs and lows. But how many of us are equipped to tackle problems before they become...

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Relationship Counselling with Victoria Sharman

Relationship Counselling with Victoria Sharman

  Victoria, it is good to know that you are there. Mr. and Mrs M   How can Counselling help you?   • Constructive resolution to relationship issues and strengthening the existing relationship • Reduced risks of financial and emotional disaster in the future • Improved self-esteem and self-confidence for both of the couple • Improve couple’s awareness of the impact of their relationship on the welfare of children     Access your complimentary discovery session by phone...

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Money Mindset Coach and Financial Educator: Karen Bashford

Money Mindset Coach and Financial Educator: Karen Bashford

  Financial coaching goes beyond the practical It gives you back control of your life “Karen gave me some great insights into my attitude to money and helped me to focus on the things I needed to in order to increase my income. And that is now happening! Thanks Karen!” Marie Allen   Money becomes even more important when you start a new relationship, or where you form a blended family with a partner – or just decide it’s time to plan your future and live your...

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Coaching and Transformation with Dee Burrowes

Coaching and Transformation with Dee Burrowes

Escape the Mindset B.S   (Bitterness/Sorrow)   by Living Life on your Terms     Moving Past Your Fear and Being the More Confident You, with the guidance of Mindset Strategist Dee Burrowes     Renewal Rediscovery Regeneration     Is there that moment in time when your heart sink due to feeling overwhelmed and frustrated? Are you tired of feeling stuck, stressed and burned out? Is the epidemic of mind clutter, inability to get organised and the sense that...

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Relationship Counselling: Adriana Galimberti-Rennie (Summers)

Relationship Counselling: Adriana Galimberti-Rennie (Summers)

  Helping you to create the very best Living Together Agreement         Adriana assists clients to create positive thinking and create long lasting and mutual beneficial cohabitation agreements.  She helps couples and families navigate common family issues around step-parenting and wider family relationships.   A no-obligation no-fee conversation by phone or skype to assess your needs Email Adriana to book your call: a.galimberti.rennie@btinternet.com    She...

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Does your Ex have to pay maintenance if you weren’t married?

Does your Ex have to pay maintenance if you weren’t married?

Does your Ex have to pay maintenance if you weren’t married? The short answer in practice is – “No”.  However if you have children, you can make use of The Children’s Act to access additional funds through the courts solely for the benefit of the children. If you are lucky and your co-parent has a salaried job, then you are entitled to a % of his salary to help support the children.  If you are even luckier, he (or she if it’s dad who is the stay at home...

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Stressed parents – simple ways to make a difference

Stressed parents – simple ways to make a difference

An article and short video by Susan Cowe Miller, providing emotional support for greater clarity and confidence.   Susan shares how EFT can benefit you, your new baby, toddler and also older children who are dealing with stress.   EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) aka Tapping is a Self-Help tool practiced to lower and manage anxieties, feelings of anger, unfairness, overwhelm, panic or fear.   Parents can learn how to use this technique to help themselves and their families....

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Child Psychologist Sussex

Child Psychologist Sussex

  Help Your Child Thrive   Free consultation First Step to Help Your Child Thrive, value of £50   Una Archer MBPsS Free consultation First Step to Help Your Child Thrive, value of £50 una@helpyourchildthrive.co.uk 078 1067 4518   I know that parenting can be overwhelming at times.  I am child psychologist Una Archer MBPsS and my practice is focused on helping you to nurture the secure relationship with your child.  You can imagine your relationship as cloak that envelopes...

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Bowen Technique – Neither massage nor manipulation. But it works!

Bowen Technique – Neither massage nor manipulation. But it works!

  Gentle, effective and affordable, the Bowen Technique is a hands-on therapy which is neither massage nor manipulation – but a series of gentle rolling moves over specific points on the body.     “My first experience of The Bowen Technique with Catherine Ford really surprised me. It was far more relaxing than I had imagined. I felt my body was able to let go and release tension on a level I’d not experienced for a long time. My back felt looser and less...

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Cohabitation Agreements: Collaborative Lawyers changing tactics

Cohabitation Agreements: Collaborative Lawyers changing tactics

John Stebbing, Mediator, Family and Collaborative Lawyer, leading his team at Stephen Rimmer LLP, gives his opinion and direction in the attached video, and explains how collaborative law is an ideal process to use for creating a cohabitation agreement, but lawyers need to have a very different approach to how they use the process for divorce cases.   Lawyers often find their innate interest in solving disputes gets in the way of delivering to those seeking a “livingtogether agreement”...

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Trust is just not enough when living together out of marriage

Trust is just not enough when living together out of marriage

In this interview with EFT Expert Susan Cowe Miller, she explains how vital it was to create a psychological as well as legal sense of security for her family following her husband’s death and the creation later on of a new ‘living together’ relationship outside of the legal security of marriage.   “My first marriage ended in the most awful way; my husband died weeks after I’d started divorce proceedings. However I was fortunate to receive Life Insurance and the...

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Using Collaborative Law to create a Cohabitation Agreement

Using Collaborative Law to create a Cohabitation Agreement

Collaborative lawyer Kim Beatson has used her specialist training to help couples create Pre and Post-nuptial agreements, and those same skills can also be applied to the creation of a Living Together Agreement. Collaborative pre-nups and collaborative Living Together Agreements More and more ordinary couples – or at least, those couples where one party is not significantly richer or more famous than the other – are now drawing up pre-nup arrangements.  The content of such an agreement can...

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Press Release: Latest ONS findings on Cohabitation and the truth behind the myth of ‘common law marriage’

Press Release: Latest ONS findings on Cohabitation and the truth behind the myth of ‘common law marriage’

  According to data released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), cohabiting couple families are the fastest growing family type in the UK. The ONS released on 28 January 2015 its Household and Families 2014 statistical bulletin.   According to the data Cohabiting couple families grew by 29.7% between 2004 and 2014 – the fastest growing type of family in the UK.    The Truth behind the Myth   Do Cohabitees realise that they don’t have the same protection as married...

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Latest stats on Common Law Marriage – the Truth behind the Myth

Latest stats on Common Law Marriage – the Truth behind the Myth

According to data released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), cohabiting couple families are the fastest growing family type in the UK. The ONS released on 28 January 2015 its Household and Families 2014 statistical bulletin. According to the data Cohabiting couple families grew by 29.7% between 2004 and 2014 – the fastest growing type of family in the UK.    The Truth behind the Myth   Do Cohabitees realise that they don’t have the same protection as married...

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Believe and Live Again with Zina Arinze

Believe and Live Again with Zina Arinze

  Let Coaching guide you to a stronger Living Together Agreement   As an old romantic and a woman of faith, for me it will always be cohabitation within the confines of marriage, however as a coach, mentor and lawyer, I have seen time and time again the trauma and confusion involved where couples who have either chosen to live together before marriage or instead of marriage, discover they have no legal recourse, especially when it comes to property and pension matters. Couples choose...

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Can a Living Together Agreement Template be used to create a pre or postnup?

Can a Living Together Agreement Template be used to create a pre or postnup?

Absolutely.  You can use the whole process of creating the Life Plan and agreement even if you are married, or planning to get married. Even though you get more legal protection by being married, that doesn’t stop couples ending up with ongoing disagreements if their relationship should break down in the future.  So by discussing the future – positive dreams as well as the ‘what if’s’ – a couple can ensure that the future will be essentially one of agreement and peace for their...

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The Times: Conscious Uncoupling

The Times: Conscious Uncoupling

Getting the facts about Cohabition into the press   I was interviewed by Sally Williams along with my Ex for an article in The Times published 10 January 2015, called “Conscious Uncoupling”.  What was significant for me was that The Times – even though originally they had been looking for couples who had got legally divorced – they then decided to include our story to reflect the over 6 million couples in the UK who cohabit. The differences when you split –...

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Julian McEvoy – Collaborative Lawyer

Julian McEvoy – Collaborative Lawyer

  Julian has been a member of Resolution since 1987 and is committed to the constructive and non-confrontational approach and code of practice of Resolution solicitors.         Julian has been a solicitor in the Guildford area since 1987 and during that time has practised widely in Family Law. He deals with cases relating to children, all aspects of financial settlements and the creation of cohabitation agreements and postnups. He has a particular interest in...

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Changing the Locks – how to be left out in the cold without a Living Together Agreement

Changing the Locks – how to be left out in the cold without a Living Together Agreement

It may be unimaginable that a father would want to change the locks on the mother of his children, with whom he has been cohabiting with for years whilst she cares for their family as a stay-at-home-mum. But for him to change the locks on the family home whilst his live-in partner is in hospital giving birth to another of their children, is even harder to believe.  But it’s happening in the UK, right now.   Changing the locks on the mother of your children – legally   The real...

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Clearing Your Money Blocks with Joy Fahey

Clearing Your Money Blocks with Joy Fahey

  How to have a ‘Success’ mindset as opposed to a ‘Struggle’ mindset about money and your finances.     What goes on in the mind has an effect on everything that happens to us? Our thoughts really do become ‘things’ – what we focus on we get more of. Here lies the challenge when it comes to anything that is troubling us and in this case money or the lack of it – and we can get in a right pickle!   Fear and limiting beliefs These can tend to be a...

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Women need to stand up for themselves and insist on a Living Together Agreement – Interview with Life Coach Claudia Crawley

Women need to stand up for themselves and insist on a Living Together Agreement – Interview with Life Coach Claudia Crawley

  In this interview and video, Life Coach Claudia Crawley of Winning Pathways Coaching, describes how women who are not married but cohabiting need to stand up for themselves and protect their future by creating a Living Together Agreement.   “In the old days it was known as ‘shacking up’.  In the more liberal-minded 21st century, it’s known as co-habiting. Many people are doing it and no-one bats an eye lid. And, yes, with such a personal decision, that’s how it should be. If...

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