Estate Planning

Estate planning can cover a number of arrangements that can be put in place for when a person is no longer around or perhaps becomes incapable of making decisions their own decisions.

These include making a will, putting in place a Lasting Power of Attorney, sorting out inheritance tax matters and setting up trusts.

Most people would like to be specific about what happens to their property and possessions when they die. They may also like to be assured that their wishes in respect of their affairs will be taken care of by someone they trust in the event of physical or mental incapacity during their life.

It's never too soon to plan

No matter how modest or how substantial your estate may be, if planning is not done properly there is a risk of complications and potentially high costs for family and loved ones.

If you would like to talk to an expert in confidence about any aspect of estate planning, please get in touch. You’ll receive friendly, straightforward, professional advice from us with absolutely no pressure.

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