Legal Advice for Parents

Child Trust Funds


The Child Trust Fund (CTF) is a government initiative to encourage long term saving plans for children. Every child born on or after the 1st September 2002 receives a 250 pound voucher to open their account. Read this article if you would like to know how you can benefit from Child Trust Funds

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Child Trust Funds

Children's Savings Accounts


If you are thinking of opening a savings account for your child this article explains how they differ from adult accounts and where to find the best interest rates.

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Children's Savings Accounts

CRB Checks


CRB checks are now the norm for anyone wishing to work with children. This article explains what they are, how people apply and what checks are carried out before clearance is given.

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CRB Checks

Making a Will if You Are a Parent


It has been said that as a parent, just about the most irresponsible thing that you can do is put off making a Will. So why is making your will so important?

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Making a Will if You Are a Parent

Rights, Support, Access and Relocation


The laws governing rights, roles and responsibilities of parents and guardians are complex. This article helps to explain Maintenance, Support, Access and Relocation.

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Rights, Support, Access and Relocation

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