Help & Advice is a website that has been created to provide you access to information on a range of topics. We started because we realised that whilst there are a lot of resources online, more often than not, you would jump from one website to another to find all the information that you wanted. Therefore, we thought why not create a website that brings a range of legal and financial issues together in to one handy place.
And that is how Help & Advice was born. We are now pleased to say that we are a part of People-tech, a business that brings together a number of online brands that support people with all aspects of their financial wellbeing.
Since 2014 we have been looking at legal and financial topics that regularly impact people’s lives and tried to create in-depth articles on those topics. Our editorial style is that we use a Questions and Answers format to make it as easy as possible for a user to get a deep understanding of the topic they are reading about.
We are always looking for industry experts to help expand the topics that we have already written about and to start exploring new topics. If you have a particular expertise on a subject and would like to be a contributor on the site, please contact us at email@example.com.
I am the primary writer and editor on Help and Advice. My background is in finance and digital marketing and I used that to help author a number of the articles on the site. I hope you find the information and useful and if you have any questions, please do contact me via email or Linked in.
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
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I have been writing for Help and Advice since the very beginning. My background is a law degree from Manchester University and I help produce the legal contact for the site, whilst also doing my full time job as a solicitor.
Outside of work, I am a keen baker and snowboarder. Every winter you will see me trying to get away for long weekends to the slopes in Switzerland or France.
Email – email@example.com
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