We at Women in the Law UK believe Financial Wellbeing is important for mental health and wellbeing
Speak to our partners at Wesleyan Sarah Deacon Natalie Jhingoree-Smith
LawCare – Legal mental health & wellbeing charity Elizabeth Rimmer would agree
For law practitioners i.e. individuals
5 things every legal professional should ask their Financial Provider’ so we can send that in due course
Top mortgage Tips during Covid 19
Whilst buying a home is still theoretically possible, viewings, valuations and an actual move are all currently on hold due to Covid 19. What does this mean for your mortgage? In this article Wesleyan Financial Services explores what the pandemic means for home-owners.
In the wake of Covid 19 some providers are looking to provide additional support to their customers. Women in the Law UK is pleased to note the package recently launched by Wesleyan covers personal and financial well-being as well as significant contributions to key worker charitable funds.
For Legal Firms
In this blog and associated guide Wesleyan Bank provides a number of options for accessing financial support for your business
To furlough or not to furlough has been a question much debated by a number of firms, but what are the considerations that need to be made before going down this path. In this blog John Clarke of Wesleyan Bank and James Leo, of Wilkes Partnership Solicitors discuss the basics of the government furlough scheme
Read it hear. A discussion of the changing face of law.
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