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Your Will is unquestionably one of the most important documents you will ever draft. It not only provides you with control, certainty and the peace of mind that your loved ones will be cared for after you’re gone, it also enables you to designate executors, establish a protective framework for your family and prevent potential complications that can arise in the absence of a Will. Maintaining a Will that accurately reflects your current wishes is essential, however, knowing when and how to update it can seem daunting. In this blog, we’ll delve deeper into the process of updating your Will and why it’s necessary.
As the Christmas season approaches, many of us are starting to think about our plans to get together with family to enjoy the season and its festivities. However, for parents who are separated, Christmas can be a stressful time, sometimes accompanied by conflict. Every parent wants to spend the day with their children, but unfortunately, it’s not always possible, and the reality is often more complex. In this blog, we’ve pulled together some essential tips for planning your Christmas contact arrangements and how to deal with them.
At Thorneycroft Solicitors, we understand the challenges that come with separation and divorce. This is among the most challenging experiences you will encounter in your lifetime, and for same-sex couples, these journeys may have unique complexities. Thorneycroft Solicitors is one of the leading divorce solicitors in the North West, and we’re committed to providing unwavering support throughout the process. In this blog, we offer insights to help you understand the legal considerations of same-sex divorce in today’s landscape…
Joint ownership of property has become increasingly more common in recent years driven by a variety of factors that reflect the evolving dynamics of the property market. One of the primary catalysts behind this trend is the soaring prices of homes in many areas.
The decision to get a divorce is always a difficult one with a lot of complexities involved, both emotionally and legally. Whilst most people are aware of the immediate consequences, such as the division of assets and spousal support, what is often overlooked is how divorce can affect your inheritance. In this blog, our expert solicitors will delve into everything you need to know about divorce and inheritance.