Month: November 2017

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Football, Dementia and Me ( Alan Shearer )

I’m confident many of you would have seen Alan Shearer’s documentary ‘Football, Dementia and Me’ on the BBC over the weekend.  Dementia is seemingly rife in ex-retired footballers, so much so that studies are being conducted into the possible link between heading the football and later life dementia. Alan Shearer, who over the course of…
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November 29, 2017 0

Cohabiting couples warned of ‘common law marriage’ myths.

Cohabiting couples warned of ‘common law marriage’ myths Millions of unmarried couples who live together could be unaware of their rights if the relationship breaks down Resolution carried out a survey which found two-thirds of cohabiting couples wrongly believe “common-law marriage” laws exist when dividing up finances. The number of unmarried couples living together has…
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November 28, 2017 0

Dying without a Will

    The number of enquiries about people who have died without making a will has more than doubled over the past five years, Citizens Advice says. The charity recorded 1,522 such queries in 2011, rising to 3,747 in 2015, along with a rise in queries about problems executing wills. According to a YouGov survey,…
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November 20, 2017 0
could your partner be entitled to your pension ?

Could Cohabitees Soon Get Recognised on Pensions ?

Denise Brewster lost her long-term partner, Lenny McMullan whom she had been cohabiting with for over 10 years, they had brought their home together and were planning on getting married.Mr. McMullan had worked for over 15 years for Translink, who provided him as one of his benefits an occupational pension, two days after getting engaged,…
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November 20, 2017 0