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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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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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How to find help with family poverty in crisis

Posted 2 years ago

How to find help with family poverty in crisis is an issue that speaks differently to each generation and recent research suggests , unexpectedly, that it is now the old that have improved incomes while the fit and young are...

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Probate fees and your estate

Posted 2 years ago

Probate fees and your estate should not be another worry for the elderly but sadly the Government is proposing to introduce a scale linking fees to the size of your estate which you might think unfair to your family. For...

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Practical legal steps to take before your wedding day

Posted 3 years ago

Practical legal steps to take before your wedding day  in Cheshire. The union of a couple in marriage has profound legal consequences and some planning before the wedding day will help ease stress in future years. Northwich solicitors Stonehewer Moss...

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Tips to limit impact of tax on death with pensions

Posted 3 years ago

Tips to limit impact of tax on death with pensions are available from diverse places, whether a charity, solicitor, accountant or IFA but it can be piecemeal and Michael Brennan at Northwich solicitors Stonehewer Moss gathers bits of information that...

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Charity begins at home when making a will

Posted 3 years ago

Charity begins at home when making a will . Take care when you decide to make a will that the legal consequences are thought through and fair to all, particularly if you are tempted to accept offers from a charity...

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What happens to your digital records and social media on death

Posted 3 years ago

What happens to your digital records and social media on death At Stonehewer Moss solicitors in Northwich the wills are prepared for clients by family lawyer Michael Brennan. Gaining more detailed knowledge of wills law by sitting a Cilex course...

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