In life, we hope for the best, but plan for the worst. We insure against business losses. We have cover for property damage. But we often do little planning for the things which threaten our relationships. If financial pressure is one of the biggest contributors to relationship failure, what can we do to protect, that relationship, our most important asset? In this article I show how a ‘plan’ can shield your relationship from financial pressure, and the steps to take if you are already facing one of life’s financial hurdles.
Month: March 2017
WHEN BLOOD BECOMES THICKER THAN WATER – PROTECTING GIFTS AND LOANS TO CHILDREN AFTER DIVORCE
Family lawyers really do see it all. Because we act for people who are embarking on new relationships, and we act for people who are enduring relationship breakdown, we see the good times, and we see the bad times. One situation which has this dynamic is when parents or relatives pay funds to their adult…