News Items for the Lasting Powers of Attorney Category

The Modern Will

Posted 1 month 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 2 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 2 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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How courts approach contact with adult children with health issues

Posted 1 year ago

How courts approach contact with adult children with health issues has been looked at by the High Court in te recent decision Re K [2016] EWHC 2607 (Fam) where the child was 32 and family sought orders of the court...

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Care home fees and making decisions about your home

Posted 1 year ago

Care home fees and making decisions about your home have been a recurrent theme raised by enquirers at Stonehewer Moss solicitors in Nortwhich during WillAid month. Solicitor at the Cheshire practice Michael Brennan has assisted as seems practical but is...

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The art of dying considered and some legal issues

Posted 1 year ago

The art of dying considered and some legal issues is the subject of this blog by Northwich solicitor Stonehewer Moss. The modern lives we have in which death has become a service providers problem rather than a natural event we...

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The responsibilities of a deputy for an incapacitated person

Posted 1 year ago

The responsibilities of a deputy for an incapacitated person are extensive according to Northwich solicitors Stonehewer Moss. Whether a person is incapacitated is a matter of medical opinion and should be ascertained by asking his or her GP to assess...

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Divorce when your partner has mental problems

Posted 2 years ago

      Divorce when your partner has mental problems has to be a heart rending experience for you, as the person you loved has perhaps no longer got the individuality that created your relationship through no fault of their own....

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