We understand no two clients are the same and that is why we offer a wide range of services, that are tailored to the individual needs of our clients.
Many of the people we meet often believe that their estate will automatically pass to their spouse or other family members and as a result put off making a Will.
Whilst the law provides a degree of protection for your surviving spouse and children, it does not necessarily mean they will inherit your estate in the way in which you had intended.
Lasting Powers of Attorney
Many believe that our loved ones will deal with our personal and financial affairs should we be unable to do so ourselves, but it often comes as a surprise to the majority of families when they discover that they have no legal right to do so!
Trusts are a fantastic tool when used in the correct circumstances, providing long term protection of hard earned assets during your lifetime and those of your loved ones.
They offer a flexible solution to all family structures and prevent inheritance moving out of the desired line due to a change in circumstances, be it yours or those you wish to leave your estate to.
Making a Will is one of the most important things we can do for our loved ones, but what if we can go one step further and make life for our family even simpler?
Our website explains the benefits of making a Will and the detrimental effects it can mean for your loved ones if you die without having made a Will. What happens if your Will cannot be located on your death?