If the council or DWP think you have lied about something to do with your benefits, they might ask you to an 'interview under caution'. We explain what this is, what can happen, and what steps you can take.
This guide is for parents who do not live together and need to make arrangements for their children. We want to help if you have just split up with your children’s other parent and are having to make arrangements for the first time...
Got a legal problem? Thinking of going to court? This series of leaflets help you to understand what is involved, the steps you have to take and whether you can solve your problem another way without having to go to court.
Advicenow are specialists in information provision and we have a wealth of experience working with government departments, voluntary organisations and frontline agencies. We have developed and tested strategies and procedures for...
Do you live with your partner but aren't married or in a civil partnership? On these pages, we explain exactly what rights couples living together really have, and the simple steps they can take to protect themselves and their families.
We aren't able to cover everything, but we do have guides to dealing with some of the most common problems. Advicenow Guides are easy-to-read and practical. They explain what you need to know, where you need to go and what you need to do to solve your problem. And they explain where and when to get help.
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