Help in France

Generally speaking, we can give you help in France with anything, as long as it is legal and ethical!  

Our Lifestyle Management Service is dedicated to helping English speaking people living in France or those wanting to move to France.  We host learning French in France stays too. 

Our Visible Marketing services for businesses including gite owners and self employed people are now housed on their own site. Just follow the link.

Popular help in France requests;-

 Finding a professional – architect, lawyer, accountant, estate agent or private tutor or a registered artisan / tradesman

Accompanied appointments where interpretation is required

Verbal summary of correspondence – letters, emails, faxes and forms given

Completion of forms

Making telephone calls

Setting up online accounts

Booking appointments

Placing advertisements

Event planning

Booking concert tickets

Travel arrangement

Opening bank accounts

House buying process assistance

Utility connections arranged for electricity, water and gas

Telephone and internet connections arranged

Health, home and vehicle insurance policies sought

Direct debits for payment of household bills and other regular outgoings arranged 

Registering with a local doctor and dentist

Enrolling children in local schools and the family in local groups and associations


We offer bespoke relocation and settling in assistance for new comers to France based on your individual requirements. 

Call us for a chat or email us and tell us what you need us to help you with 0977199550

Visit our Business Services website iLocalSearch to see how we can help your business  

If you are intending to start a business or open a branch office for a business in France we recommend you visit the Start a Business in France website. It is an excellent site run by a French lady named Valerie who has perfect English. Via her forum based website Valerie offers a first class service in her spare time. By day Valerie is a French Business Advisor you can count on her to be au fait with all aspect of setting up a business here in France. 



{ 8 comments… read them below or add one }

Elvie February 16, 2011 at 5:44 pm

Wow – love your business. Makes me want to move to France. If I were, what a fantastic idea to help someone entering a foreign territory. Good job!


Sadie-Michaela Harris February 18, 2011 at 10:51 am

Thank you for your kind comments. If you visit France and need any help give us a call we’d be happy to help you.


Shilonda Downing March 3, 2011 at 2:47 am

Thanks for connecting with us on LinkedIN. This is a great website and if I have clients traveling to Paris, I will be recommending you and this link for travel to France:

Mrs. Shilonda Downing
Virtual Work Team LLC


Pat & Lorna Shanks March 3, 2011 at 4:23 am


Great way to help people and make them feel at home in a new country. Sounds like you’re very passionate about helping people, and welcoming to your beautiful country.

~ Pat & Lorna


Barbara Harnsberger March 30, 2011 at 12:58 am

Dear Sadie,
Thanks for the information. I love this “world of the internet” and how far it reaches and all of the amazing people you get to meet. My daughter wants to go to France someday….I will tell her about you.

Barbara Harnsberger


Emma April 26, 2011 at 10:11 am

Hi Sadie,

Oh how I love France!

I lived in a little place called Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat for half a year and for a few months in Cannes as well. In the north I used to sail to St Malo from the south coast of England.

Though, I can manage to get my point across in French, because we learn it at school, I would find it very difficult to relocate and deal with all of the laws etc if I was relocating there permanently… I think in any foreign land it is difficult… certainly here in Portugal it is – sometimes I hire somebody to deal with paperwork for me because they make it so complicated!!!

It’s so hard to find a trust worthy person/company to work on your side.

Emma :-)


Sadie-Michaela Harris April 26, 2011 at 10:33 am

Hello Emma,

Thanks for dropping by. I have visited Portugal twice and I will return later this year yoo. My friends owns a place on the island of Armona – it’s beautiful there… no cars allowed. How long have you been in Portugal? My husband has a friend living in the North of Portugal she is married to a Portuguese man which has made learning the language easier for her. I’m able to converse in English and French. I also speak some Flemish / Dutch having lived in Belgium for a few years but I have to say I was a little lazy with the Dutch as both French and Flemish / Dutch as both widely spoken in Belgium I tended to speak French all the time :)


Patricia Gozlan July 26, 2012 at 9:50 pm

This is indeed a great initiative Sadie- Michaela!
As you know, I am French living in Italy but even if I decided to move I would contact you for sure;)
Great connecting with you here, if you know small business owners in France who want to break free financially and savor life, you know where to find me;)


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