Regardless of your level of wealth, it is essential to plan for the future to make sure your estate is protected. By starting this process early, you can arrange your affairs to give you and your family peace of mind.
There are many elements to estate planning and our saolicitors and expert advisors can help with all of the following:
Wills – to advise you and draft your Will properly to cover all of your wishes and save tax
Lasting Powers of Attorney – to appoint trusted individuals to manage your finances, business, and health if you are not able to do so yourself
Trusts – to save tax and safeguard money and assets in your lifetime and after you have died
Deeds of Variation – to redirect assets which you are due to inherit but do not need or want to loved ones or other individuals in a tax-efficient way
Financial advice – our financial planning team can advise you on life insurance solutions, tax-efficient savings, pensions and investments
Inheritance Tax planning – to reduce our tax liability and ensure you benefit from the tax reliefs and exemptions that apply to you.
Lifetime gifts – to discuss the benefits and tax consequences of transferring assets to others
International estate planning – if you have assets overseas or are living or working abroad, we can help you. We are members of Kreston Global.
Business and Farm assets – we can help you manage your business and agricultural assets as part of your estate planning.
Care fees – to look at how you can provide for your care in later life and protect your wealth for future generations.
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