January regularly sees a spike in the number of couples seeking a divorce in Scotland. It isn’t an easy decision to make. Speak to us at the East Dunbartonshire Citizens Advice Bureau and we can help get you on the right path.
How will freedom of movement be affected after Brexit? Once the United Kingdom leaves the European Union (called Brexit), there may be a lot of changes to how we live our everyday lives. There are many things we don’t yet know about. However, the government has been quick to offer assurances to the free movement […]
Staying in Scotland after Brexit The deadline for the UK to leave the EU is looming. This means it is very important for EU, EEA and Swiss nationals who wish to stay in the UK after Brexit to understand their rights and responsibilities. If you are an EU national and stay in Scotland, then Brexit […]
Guide to setting up a power of attorney You’ve probably heard the words ‘power of attorney’ and immediately dismissed it as something your 84-year-old grandma needs. That’s just not true though! Power of attorney (known also as a lasting power of attorney) is something everyone should have, particularly if you’re married or living with a […]
Dealing with Debt Finding yourself in debt is a very stressful experience, which might make you want to bury your head in the sand. But, acknowledging there’s a problem and getting help is the first step on the road to dealing with debt. That’s where the Money Talk Team at the Citizens Advice Bureau come […]
When a relationship comes to an end, it can be a very difficult time. There are many emotions to deal with, along with lots of practicalities to sort out. When children are involved this can be more complicated, due to issues such as childcare and money. If you’re looking for advice on separation, divorce and […]