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Why is a clean break settlement important?

Kim Busby - July 8th 2016 no comments
A clean break settlement means that those involved in the divorce will have no financial ties once it has been agreed or ruled upon by a Court. If one party’s financial situation was to improve dramatically, the other party would not be able to claim retrospectively, regardless of how much time has elapsed since the divorce.
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Nicola Turner - solicitor - Litigation - Contested Probate - Napthens solicitors

Deaths of celebrities leave family Probate battles

Nicola Turner - July 1st 2016 no comments
The last few years have seen a shocking number of high profile celebrity deaths and with them, there seem to be no shortage of subsequent probate disputes.
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Simon joins Napthens Wealth Management team

Kathryn Harwood - June 21st 2016 no comments
This week we are pleased to welcome Simon Howard as a member of the Napthens Wealth Management Team, working out of our Southport office.
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Final salary schemes

David Hardman - June 13th 2016 no comments
The aura around final salary schemes means most people wouldn’t contemplate transferring their savings to a personal pension. Final salary schemes are, after all, the ‘Rolls Royce’ of pensions.
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Family and divorce - head of Family and Divorce - Simon Gledhill

Do couples living together have the same rights as married couples?

Simon Gledhill - April 25th 2016 no comments
There are now well over 3 million cohabiting couples in the UK and no doubt many of them still believe that they have the same rights as their married friends if their relationship were to breakdown or if their partner were to die.
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Changes to Capital Gains tax take effect

David Hardman - April 7th 2016 no comments
The recent budget changes come into effect on 6th April 2016 and investors who own funds and shares are likely to benefit from the reduction in Capital Gains Tax (CGT).
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