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Life Well Planned



Who needs to make a professional Will?

Planning your estate and making a professional Will is one of the most important things you will ever do. By protecting your hard earned wealth and assets, and putting them in order, you can protect those people that matter to you the most.

Whatever your circumstances, to die Intestate (without having made a Will) leaves your loved ones in an uncertain and stressful position. Putting your affairs in order is one of the most important tasks you are likely to undertake.

Living Wills (Advance Directive)

A Living Will is a document designed to help clarify your position as regards to Advance Refusal of treatment. The document helps you to express your clear wishes in advance of the time when such difficult decisions may need to be made by your family and loved ones.

Power of Attorney

Lasting Power of Attorney

A Lasting Powers of Attorney is a very beneficial legal document and is usually seen as the final piece of the process in planning and protecting your estate.

Through this legal document you can appoint whom you wish to manage your affairs and estate should you become mentally incapable of managing them yourself.

If A Lasting Powers of Attorney has not been drawn up, joint assets can be frozen while your family applies to the Court of Protection for a procedure known as Deputyship – an expensive and cumbersome process.


Other Areas

  • Right of Residence Trust

  • Life Interest Trust

  • Discretionary Trusts

  • Property Protection Trusts

  • Flexible Life Interest Trust

  • Advanced Decision (Living Will)

  • Letter of Wishes

  • Severance of Tenancy

  • Life Time Trusts

  • Inheritance Tax Planning

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