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Making a Will is the only way to ensure that your wishes are carried out after your death.

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Trust in a Will offers you and your family protection and tax efficiency.

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Having a Lasting power of Attorney in place ensures that your financial affairs and personal welfare are in safe hands.

They are most commonly seen in the following circumstances:

  • where you prefer that your estate doesn’t go directly to the beneficiaries when you die, but rather, it is held on behalf of those beneficiaries in a particular way.
  • who benefits from your share of the property if your surviving partner:
    • Remarries after you die (marriage automatically invalidates any existing Wills)
    • Writes a new Will after your death, changing their original wishes
  • Can help reduce the potential impact of residential care fees on the property value for the benefit of future generations.
  • Allows a nominated person to benefit from the income generated from your investments if you die, whilst protecting the capital value for future generations.
  • you have a spouse or partner but children from a previous relationship
  • you wish to leave some of your estate to a vulnerable or disabled person


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