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Mooney Everett Solicitors, Staying Alert

Mooney Everett Solicitors, Staying Alert

The continuing Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation is still providing uncertain times and challenges to everyone. As the Government makes cautious changes to the lockdown, this also presents new challenges as businesses re-open, individuals are able to travel and meet-up with loved ones in controlled circumstances and the country starts to come back to life. Businesses must […]

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Plans to Restart and Renew the Housing Market

Plans to Restart and Renew the Housing Market

Plans to Restart and Renew the Housing Market   The Housing Secretary has recently delivered a statement about how to safely restart, reopen and renew the housing market since the enforced “lockdown” earlier this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. During this period, he said, more than 450,000 buyers had to put their moving plans […]

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Why appointing a guardian for your children brings peace of mind

Lancashire wills and probate executive, Pam Hughes from Mooney Everett Solicitors in Ormskirk, explains why making a will is so important if you have children. The possibility of both you and your partner dying while your children are still under 18 verges on the unthinkable but, however unlikely this situation might seem, it is important […]

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Its a Knockout Challenge Team 2

Counting down the days until ‘It’s a Knockout!’

From left to right: Claire Phillips, Adam Dollimore, Sarah Ryan, Mike White, Susanna Cosgrove, Gayle Owen, Kate Hindmarch, Chloe Martin, Jemma Ball and Anna Owen. There are only a few days left before the team from Mooney Everett Solicitors in Ormskirk, Lancashire takes on ‘It’s a Knockout’ in support of Twinkle House. On 4 August […]

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Don’t let your divorce end up before the Supreme Court

Don’t let your divorce end up before the Supreme Court

Divorce is a hot topic at the moment with two cases having recently ended up before the Supreme Court because the couples involved could not sort out their differences amicably.  The first case, Mills v Mills, concerned an application by a wife to increase the maintenance element of her settlement following divorce when she fell […]

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DIY divorce – more dangerous than decorating

The internet has proven to be immensely helpful in the realm of household DIY, with YouTube videos for self-assembly furniture or demonstrations of decorating techniques.  But doing things yourself is not without risks – St John Ambulance has reported that around 200,000 people are admitted to accident and emergency departments across the country following a […]

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