Louise and her husband owe a whopping $2.3 million on their four properties, and now they want to start a family.
If you’re assessing child care options for next year, now is the time to find out what the Turnbull government’s new child care package will mean for your family.
Why don’t women leave abusive relationships? Often they simply can’t afford to.
Nikki and her husband want to buy an investment property but haven’t saved up a deposit. They ask Paul Clitheroe if selling their shares is the right move.
Separated couples are having to wait up to three years before their divorce is finalised, enduring a complicated, lengthy and expensive process. But there is an alternative.
Why do parents spend so much time ferrying their kids to sport and dance classes and so little time teaching them money and investment skills?
Kim and her husband have separated but still maintain joint finances. This is not sustainable, says Paul Clitheroe.
Testamentary trusts can be the answer for parents who want to leave an inheritance that will be protected from divorce, gambling or addiction.