If you have Japanese knotweed in your garden it could seriously affect your chances of selling your home. Mortgage companies are reluctant to lend on properties with an infestation and, as confirmed in a recent court case, anyone buying a house may be put off because of the potential for them to be ordered to […]
Congratulations to Angela Rimmer, winner of our Southport Flower Show draw. From all of us here at Mooney Everett Solicitors in Ormskirk, we hope you have a wonderful time at Lancashire’s biggest gardening event of the year! We would like to thank everyone who entered and hope you have received the relevant information you requested […]
With house prices on the rise, having a top-class team of property experts on your side can really pay dividends and avoid expensive mistakes in the long run. At Mooney Everett Solicitors in Ormskirk, Lancashire, our residential conveyancing team can take care of the whole process of moving to a new house and we are […]
Making a will, or updating your current one, may not be high on your list of priorities when you are going through the upsetting experience of separation or divorce but it is something you need do if you want to ensure that your assets do not unintentionally go to your former husband or wife when […]
Enter our free competition to win two tickets to Lancashire’s gardening event of the year – the Southport Flower Show 17-20 August 2017.
Susan Ward, residential property lawyer at Mooney Everett Solicitors in Ormskirk, recommends that owners of leasehold houses or flats should be considering how to make their property the most attractive, especially to first time buyers. One way of achieving this is to extend the leasehold or consider purchasing the freehold to make your property more […]
With debilitating conditions such as dementia and Alzheimer’s on the increase, the question of whether or not a person has mental capacity to make a will frequently arises. Pam Briscoe, wills and probate lawyer at Mooney Everett Solicitors in Ormskirk, Lancashire explains the rules. Assessing mental capacity Mental capacity, in the context of making a […]
On Tuesday 13 June 2017, the Court of Appeal will hand down judgement in the case of Mrs Sharp who is challenging a previous judgement that the assets of her marriage should be divided equally on divorce with her husband. This case considers the impact of the length of a marriage on the division of […]