News Items for the wills Category

It’s a Family Affair

Posted 1 year ago

Most people purchase property as joint tenants. For those happily married couples with their own children this may well be the simplest and most appropriate option because the property automatically passes to the surviving spouse by “survivorship” regardless of the deceased...

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Living with someone instead of divorce

Posted 1 year ago

Living with someone instead of divorce is the best guess for the decline in the divorce rate by as much as 36% in 11 years. There are simply fewer marriages or perhaps the are inherently the more stable relationships. Is...

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Don’t Miss a Step

Posted 2 years ago

It’s easy to miss a step!!  You see them occasionally; the “perfect” family; mum, dad and two children happily bumbling about their business. Unfortunately, this is not the way of the modern world. Families are often larger and increasingly complicated, with a...

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Pre nups are not forever

Posted 2 years ago

Pre nups are not forever just like love and marriage but unlike diamonds according to Cheshire family law specialist solicitors Stonehewer Moss. Michael Brennan will be watching the repeat of “Diamonds are Forever” this week but his 25 years in...

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Care home fees and making decisions about your home

Posted 2 years 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 2 years 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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Civil partnership entry and exit strategies

Posted 2 years ago

Civil partnership entry and exit strategies are setting the legal social media blogs alight as noted by Cheshire family law specialist solicitors Stonehewer Moss. It is an interesting fact that gay couples currently have a couple of options on recognising...

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Is the Government junior right advising leaving all to grandchildren

Posted 2 years ago

Is the Government junior right advising leaving all to grandchildren to alleviate the housing shortage? A Junior minister has advised us to leave our estates to the next generation instead of our children. Cheshire solicitors Stonehewer Moss are unsure this...

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