A Lasting Power of Attorney is a legal document giving the person or persons you trust (your Attorneys) the authority to make decisions on your behalf, should you become incapable of making such decisions yourself.
A Deed of Severance is used to sever Joint of Tenancy of a property, changing the ownership to Tenancy in Common. This is done by one owner serving on the other owner of a Deed of Severance.
Having your Funeral Plan primed and ready can ease the bereavement of your family by making the provisions for your funeral, so that your loved ones can grieve, without having to worry about the financial impact of the funeral.
Learn how our Protective Will Property Trusts protects your assets (i.e. property, savings and investments) against the exposure of not having a Will in place.
Looking for a career change? Want to help people protect their estates and ensure their loved ones inherit their wealth? A career in estate planning could be the perfect opportunity for you. Find out more about working with us...
In this article, we discuss some of the key benefits of an asset trust, how they can help you and your family to protect the things you've worked hard for and the advantages an asset trust will give you.
A common question we get from our clients is, "What is an Asset Trust?". In this article, we discuss what an Asset Trust is, What are the benefits of an asset trust and how to get an asset trust.
Making a Will is one of the most important things you will do in your life. A Will helps to ensure the right beneficiaries inherit your estate when you die. There can be dire consequences of not making a will. In this article we give you 4 key reasons why it's so important to make a will today.
If you run a business or if you are a Company Director, it is vital that you set up a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) to deal with your business affairs, should you become unable to make critical business desicions due to ill health. This article explains the risks of not having an LPA in place and how easy it is to set up.
Having spent all those years working hard, saving every penny, going without and making do to ensure that you will be comfortable in your later years and that your family will be secure, you could be forgiven for believing that you had done all you could to protect yourself and your loved ones. Sadly, that's not how the story ends for many people...
If you become seriously ill, your joint account may become 'frozen', leaving your partner without the funds needed to pay crucial bills, such as your mortgage. In this article, we explain how a Lasting Power of Attorney enables you to decide who should manage your financial affairs, should you be unable to do so yourself.
Our Family Trust is our 'safe'. It's where we hold the things of material value in our life to protect them for the benefit of our family in the years to come. It is very important to us to protect our assets, those that we have worked hard for during our lives, for the benefit of our dependants in their lives to come. This will explain why we have used a Family Trust.