Differences between how the law treats married and cohabiting couples including financial matters, responsibility for children and housing.
Information for same-sex and opposite-sex couples on how the law treats civil partnerships and cohabiting couples, including financial matters, adoption, housing and inheritance.
Information on financial issues, children and housing when a civil partnership breaks down, including the process of family mediation.
You can’t make a new claim for DLA if you’re 16 or over. Check what to do if you have a problem with your DLA.
Explains how to prove you have a disability, by showing how your medical condition affects your day to day activities.
Your working hours are set in your contract, but your employer can’t make you work more than 48 hours a week. If you’re working too much, there are things you can do to cut back your hours.
You need to tell the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) as soon as possible if your condition changes - this can affect your Attendance Allowance.
Advice for making a Disability Living Allowance claim and help with any problems.
Find out when you can end your tenancy, know how to reach an agreement if you can’t give your landlord notice and know what happens if you leave without giving notice.
Learn what counts as suitable housing if you're homeless. You can also find out how to challenge the offer if it's not suitable/
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