Discover how to save time and money, by managing your finances and overseas transactions with ease.
Here's a brief guide to the Dutch childcare system, including an introduction to child benefit and childcare allowance in the Netherlands.
If you are planning to get married in the Netherlands, this guide explains the paperwork and processes for arranging a Dutch wedding.
If you're living in the Netherlands, here's a guide to childcare and pre-school (peuterspeelzaal) in the Netherlands.
A guide on how to file for divorce in the Netherlands, including conditions for filing for divorce, mediation, documentation and important issues to discuss during the divorce proceedings.
Relocating overseas is a great adventure but if you're moving with the whole family in tow, there are important things to consider in order to help your children transition as smoothly as possible.
If you and your partner decide to separate it will have consequences on your privately owned home and finances. What can you expect?
Online dating is today's new norm – and an excellent way for expats to meet like-minded people when moving abroad. How can you make online dating work for you?
If you are planning a wedding in the Netherlands, here are nine steps for getting married in the Netherlands, so you don't forget anything important.
This indepth guide answers your FAQs to which type of Dutch childcare you can afford and meets your time needs, and if any child allowances apply.
The dating game is hard enough, even when you know the ‘rules'. So how do you date when living abroad and you don't know how the game is played? Here's a guide to expat dating in Europe.
Tips and advice for getting into the online dating game after a divorce.
Pets are welcome in the Netherlands but there are strict rules relating to bringing pets into the country, particularly around proving they are healthy and are transported appropriately.
The Netherlands was the first country to legalise same-sex marriage, but homosexual couples still face obstacles when they wish to have children.
For a UK couple living abroad, it may still be possible to use the English courts and an English lawyer to handle divorce proceedings.
Frank Arndt looks at cases where the expat dream ends in despair and frustration. If your marriage breaks down, the prospects can be daunting if you are 'stuck' in a foreign country.