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Pension Sharing After A Divorce

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If you're not married or in a civil partnership, and separate from your partner

If you and your spouse have been unable to maintain your relationship and are considering a formal separation, there are numerous considerations. Choosing to end a relationship that has lasted many years, in some cases, can be a very trying and emotional experience. Among the numerous issues that will need to be addressed is how your pension entitlement is handled and organised following the end of your relationship with your spouse.

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Clarity Simplicity's 6 reasons why you should not date a lawyer

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Clarity Simplicity's 6 reasons why you should not date a lawyer. Being in a relationship with a lawyer may sound attractive, but it's maybe not as fun as you would think it would be. We don't really don't make very good partners - in the romantic sense, at least. Here are six reasons to stay away from a romantic relationship with a lawyer.

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What are the effects of divorce on children?

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Understanding the consequences of divorce on children can be vital before deciding how to proceed with the separation and divorce process in the most effective manner.

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What happens if a Will is lost

What happens when a Will is lost

What happens if a Will is lost

A Will must be signed on every sheet by the person who is granting it in order for it to have legal force. It is not adequate to have a copy of the Will. As a result, a copy of the principal Will will not be utilised in place of the principle will automatically. An action known as "proving the tenor" is required in order to get a court order. When the tenor of the copy document is determined, the copy document has the same force and effect as the original document in every regard.

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Living Wills and Powers of Attorney for health care and welfare decisions

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Living Wills and Power of Attorney are legal documents that help people make healthcare and welfare decisions for themselves. As you are no doubt aware, we are all living longer lives than we used to. Unfortunately, as people grow older, they have a greater risk of having chronic illnesses. At Clarity Simplicity, we would like to provide some insights and helpful tools that can help you and your loved ones guarantee that their wishes are properly carried out in the event that they are diagnosed with cancer or another chronic illness.

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