When a loved one dies leaving a Will, sometimes disagreement can arise because of the terms of the Will, whether it was valid or even maybe whether there is a Will at all. Many people think that it is enough to write their wishes and intentions on a piece of paper and this can be used as their Will, but this can lead to huge problems for family members and could mean that your intended wishes are not carried out as you wanted them to be.
A recent application to reduce periodical payments to a man’s ex-wife for the benefit of their child has been rejected by The England and Wales Family Court. The former husband argued that as their child was now older and he now has a second family that includes an incurably ill child, he felt that the original financial order was unaffordable and that his child’s needs could be met by a smaller award.
You may be a recently separated parent who is navigating child arrangements for the first time in a lockdown or you may be experiencing difficulties or are unhappy with the arrangements you currently have in place.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to impact the lives of so many, there is finally light at the end of the tunnel with the rolling out of the vaccines across the country. In the meantime, there are still many families struggling to battle the NHS continuing healthcare system during these uncertain times. Finding the correct information and getting the right advice can make a huge difference when it comes to getting the most suitable package of care and making the best decisions for a loved one’s future.
On the 4th January, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced England would enter its third lockdown to curb the continued surge in coronavirus cases. The message is people must stay at home, except for limited exceptions.
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