Wills and Estate Planning
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A Will is central to the estate planning process and will go a long way to ensure that you make adequate provision for both your dependants and your chosen beneficiaries. A professionally drafted Will can ensure that the provision you make is protected after your death against the creditors, divorcing spouses or vulnerability of your chosen beneficiaries. Now, more than ever, your estate is under threat from liabilities such as inheritance tax and nursing home care fees. In reviewing your estate planning and preparing your Will it is essential to consider these threats if you are to preserve the value of your estate.
Estate planning begins with your Will but must include consideration of many other matters. We often work with our clients’ other professional advisers, such as accountants and financial advisers, to ensure you receive a complete estate planning service.