Thinking about how you would like your assets to be shared between family members, friends and other beneficiaries on your death, or even addressing how you want your personal effects to be dealt with should you lose capacity to do so yourself, are understandably things we would rather avoid.
However, if you want the peace of mind that your assets and financial affairs will be dealt with according to your preferences, making a Will, setting up a Trust or making a Power of Attorney are amongst the best ways in which to ensure your wishes are seen through.
It’s never too early to put plans in place for your future. Whether you’re worried about losing mental capacity or what will happen to your money and property after you die, there are various legal options available to you.
Our team can provide practical and informed advice on:
We understand that everyone is different and as such, we will take the time to fully understand your needs and wishes, allowing us to approach your case with the individual attention it deserves.
Your Will is one of the most important financial documents you’ll ever prepare and looking at ways to help you mitigate or avoid future liabilities of inheritance tax and long-term care fees through trusts and careful estate planning can provide both you and your family with essential peace of mind. Taking advice from a solicitor who can combine both in-depth knowledge along with genuine care and attention can make all the difference and go a long way to put your mind at ease.