Have you put off making or, reviewing a Will believing it will wait or, taken the view that you are not old enough to need one just yet?
In fact, all of us should make a Will and a Lasting Power of Attorney.
Why? Because doing so ensures that your loved ones are provided for in the way that you want and, should anything untoward happen to you, that close family members can take charge of your affairs without delay.
Contact Matthew Skeels or Claire Booth in our Private Client Team and you will benefit from:
- them working closely with your Financial Advisers or introducing you to one should that be helpful to you
- their expertise in ensuring that you organise your assets in the most tax efficient way possible to maximise the value of what you leave behind
- having your Will registered to ensure that it is traced when you die and that your most recent Will is the one acted upon
- them advising you of the implications of any Tax changes relating to how your assets are to be disposed of