Families of missing people could be given the ability to take control of, and safeguard, their loved one’s affairs, the Ministry of Justice has announced. The proposed legislation would enable family members to suspend direct debits for utility bills and phone bills, and also ensure that other financial commitments are honoured such as mortgage payments. […]
It’s been a tough few years since the financial crisis broke in 2008. In that time the squeeze on spending power, wages and cut in available funds held by the person in the street for anything but the basics has been dramatic. Finding the cheapest way to get things done during that period was understandable. […]
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