Everyone should have a Will regardless of the levels of their wealth and assets, but it is even more important if you have children, own property, own a business or have savings and investments.
Setting up a Protective Property Trust Will allows clients to protect their property from the Community Care Act of 1990. By severing the joint tenancy, a property is then owned as Tenants in Common.
An Asset Protection Trust (APT) also known as Family Protection Trust (FPT) is a legal arrangement where one or more ‘Trustees’ are made legally responsible for holding assets. Call us now on 01704 546688 to start protecting your Assets or email us at email@example.com
Introduced by the Government from 1 October 2007 to replace Enduring Powers of Attorney. This is a much more detailed and technical document and requires professional advice.
When one of our Estate Planners takes instructions to draw up your Last Will and Testament, the first thing to be decided upon is who will act as your Executor.
If anything happens to your Will, or if your executor doesn’t know where to find it, you might as well not have written one. You need to decide how to look… Call us now on 01704 546688 to ensure your important documents are safe