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A guide to Wills and divorce

Updating your Will is crucial after, or even during, a separation or divorce.

Our specialist wills & probate lawyers at Stowe Family Law can help you make or amend a Will, understand inheritance tax, set up or cancel lasting powers of attorney and advise on probate.

The guide below will help.



Jane is a solicitor in Stowe Family Law’s Hale office in Cheshire. She has over 15 years of experience in wills, tax trusts and probate law and is a fully qualified member of the Society of Trusts and Estate practitioners (STEP).

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    1. Antje Ream says:

      I hope you can help….
      I am wanting to create a will, so with this in mind I have attempted to access your guide (‘A guide to Wills and divorce – The guide below will help.’) unfortunately I cannot find the link to open it.

      In 1999 Marilyn Stowe’s company was my divorce lawyer. I have since remarried. My husband & I have a patchwork family, which includes a vexatious party that ‘my Family’ side need to protect against. So from our point of view, the will is complicated.

      Initially I would like to do as much reading as possible so that I have thought about, and hopefully have the answers for, all the various permutations, particularly as I am not in a position to spend time or money un-necessarily.

      I should be most grateful if in the first instance you could provide the link to your guide.

      Kind regards
      A Ream

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