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Mooney Everett’s wills and probate lawyers become Dementia Friends

The wills and probate team at Mooney Everett Solicitors in Lancashire is now fully dementia friendly as lawyers Pam Briscoe and Gayle Woods have now completed their Dementia Friends training. Run by the Alzheimer’s Society, the Dementia Friends programme was launched to take away the stigma that leads many people with dementia to experience loneliness […]

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Families and carers face costly problems with Court of Protection

We insure our life, our home, our cars, our holidays and even our pets against misfortune.  So why do so many people fail to guard against costly problems for our loved ones that could arise from our serious illness or death? Gayle Woods, wills and probate lawyer at Mooney Everett Solicitors in West Lancashire, advises […]

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Ormskirk Advisor newsletter now online

Get the latest legal updates in the autumn 2016 edition of the Ormskirk Advisor, the newsletter of Mooney Everett Solicitors in Lancashire. In this edition, our property team has advice on the financial schemes available for first-time buyers who need help getting on the property ladder.  Director Susan Ward explains how schemes such as Help […]

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How to appoint an attorney with immediate effect

If you are going into hospital or going abroad and you need someone to deal with your finances or run your business while you are away, you can appoint an attorney under a general power of attorney with immediate effect. Gayle Woods, wills and probate lawyer at Mooney Everett in Ormskirk, explains how a general […]

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New wills and probate lawyer joins Mooney Everett Solicitors

We are delighted to welcome chartered legal executive, Gayle Woods, to the wills and probate team at Mooney Everett Solicitors in Lancashire. Gayle brings to the firm more than 20 years of experience working with private clients in a number of law firms across Liverpool and Lancashire. She has also trained through the Institute of Legal […]

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Pam Briscoe, head of wills and probate, explores life interest trusts

Life interest trusts – protecting your home for your family

Are you worried about nursing home fees eating up your children’s inheritance? The fear of losing your hard-earned money to the Treasury has lessened in recent years, with the extension of the married couple’s inheritance tax nil rate band, but the risk of losing it to pay for nursing home fees has not. A couple […]

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