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News Items for the Cheshire News Category

Making a New Will?- Don’t Try This At Home!!

Posted 3 months ago

A home cooked family roast dinner is always best! In fact, there are a lot of things that are always best at home. Unfortunately, this is not the case when it comes to making your Will so don’t try this...

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GDPR Made Easy

Posted 5 months ago

GDPR Made Easy So you have heard about GDPR and had a look around the web and perhaps landed on this page. If so you have probably found that the information out there is limited to the basics and you...

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GDPR and Special Data

Posted 6 months ago

What is Special Data ? If your company processes what used to be called sensitive personal information then you have enhanced responsibilities to the data subjects. Special data is listed as being any data relating to: racial or ethnic origin...

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The Modern Will

Posted 7 months ago

Are we ready for the “Modern” Will? Can we rely on technology? The Law that governed the making of Wills dates back to 1837. As a result, the Law Commission recently conducted a review and consultation has now closed. Next...

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Gain Control and Sleep like a Baby with an ADRT

Posted 7 months ago

Wouldn’t it be nice to sleep like a baby? Anywhere, anyhow and with no worries about anything other than where your next meal is coming from? For those with long term or terminal health conditions, an Advance Decision to Refuse...

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Wills on Wheels

Posted 8 months ago

Pizza Delivery? Online shopping? Amazon? Wills on Wheels? These days people get what they need without leaving the safety and comfort of their homes. The offering of legal services do not have to be any different. Unfortunately, one of the...

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Avoiding court divorce battles by arbitration

Posted 8 months ago

Avoiding court divorce battles by arbitration seems to be the latest buzz way to deal with the legal minefield created by separation within a marriage according to Cheshire divorce solicitors Stonehewer Moss. Reports in national papers last week of a...

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How to stop interference in contact arrangements with a child

Posted 9 months ago

How to stop interference in contact arrangements with a child can cover a few situations parents may confront according to Cheshire family solicitors Stonehewer Moss.  How to stop interference in contact arrangements with a child could be due to a...

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