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Debt and Financial Worries Can Strain Relationships

A new study from the US has found debt levels are taking an emotional toll on relationships, with more than half of the couples questioned saying they brought debt into their relationships. 

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Second Steppers in Scotland Need Less Support from the Bank of Mum and Dad

New research by Bank of Scotland has found that Scottish homeowners looking to sell their first property and buy their second property are less reliant on the Bank of Mum and Dad than those in the rest of the UK. 

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Survey Finds Signs of Life in the Housing Market

The latest Residential Market Survey from RICS has revealed a few signs of life as houses start to come back onto the market, but overall activity has apparently remained relatively flat. 

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Urgent Need for New Foster Families

New released figures have highlighted the urgent requirement for more foster families across the UK, and in particular for families willing to offer homes to teenagers and sibling groups. 

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House Prices Almost Treble Since Scotland’s Last World Cup Appearance

New research from Bank of Scotland has revealed that the average house price since Scotland last took part in the World Cup has risen by 175%, with prices rising by over £100,000 (£111,153) since 1998. 

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Court Service Acts to Recover Unpaid Fines

The Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service (SCTS) has issued a reminder of the powers it has available to recover unpaid criminal fines

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Tackling Serious and Organised Crime in Glasgow

Police Scotland has announced a new initiative to tackle the activities of serious and organised crime groups in Glasgow, including drugs offences, fraud and cybercrime. 

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Treatment of Minor Road Traffic Offences

The Scottish Government recently consulted over proposed amendments to a section of the Road Traffic Offenders Act 1988 to allow fixed penalty notices to be issued on-the-spot to suspected offenders of minor road traffic offences in Scotland. This section of the Act currently applies in England and Wales, but not in Scotland. 

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Scottish Government Proposes Changes to Family Law

The Scottish Government is seeking views on proposals to modernise the Children (Scotland) Act 1995.

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‘Empty Nesters’ Consider Downsizing

New research from Bank of Scotland has revealed that 43% of parents intend to remain in the family home after their children have ‘flown the nest’, instead of downsizing to a smaller, more manageable property. 

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