Our free, no obligation information pack explains:
- Why, if you have a spouse/partner, a “Mirror Will” could put your assets at risk.
- How Bloodline Wills can ensure your estate is inherited by family, not ex partners or predatory third parties.
- Avoiding care home fees: How to legally ensure nearly all of your hard-earned assets are not used for care fees.
To order your copy without obligation, simply fill in the form on the right, or call 0800 788 0500.
Paul King TEP explains…
“It’s never too early to think ahead about what might happen in later life and now is as good a time as any to get your affairs in order. Adults of any age should be thinking ahead, particularly where children are involved but when we are all busy it’s easy to put things off. We offer an informal free first meeting to discuss clients’ needs. You can visit us at one of our locations or we can visit you in your home, at no extra charge. We try to make the whole process as easy and straightforward as possible, giving our clients the peace of mind of knowing that their affairs are in order. Most clients say to us, ‘We’ve worked hard all our lives and we don’t want the Local Authority to get it all. We don’t want to be a burden to the family. We just want everything sorted.’”
“We have prepared a jargon-free guide to help people understand the benefits of putting plans in place which is available free of charge by calling or completing the form above. Amongst other things, our pack explains the dangers of ‘Mirror Wills’, how you can ensure your assets are inherited by the beneficiaries that you choose rather than passing outside the family, and how to ensure your entire estate is not eaten up by care home fees the legitimate way using your Will. We also explain why it’s important to choose in advance a person that you trust to manage your affairs should you become unable to make decisions for yourself, rather than leaving it to chance.”
“Call our friendly team on 0800 788 0500 or complete the form above to get your free pack, without obligation.”
Paul King is a full member of STEP, the global professional association for practitioners who specialise in family inheritance and succession planning. Full STEP members like Paul are internationally recognised as experts in their field, with proven qualifications and experience.
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From the blog:
The Covid-19 outbreak has driven many of us to think more about putting our affairs in order. Making a Will is often regarded as the most important step for long term planning – with making a Lasting Power of Attorney sometimes seen as an afterthought. But if your goal is to ensure your affairs run smoothly with as little future stress or upset for your loved ones, having a LPA in place is just as important.
Your Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) can be revoked at any time whilst you have mental capacity. In this guide, we explain how to revoke your LPA in full or part.
As if Covid-19 itself has not already created enough panic amongst us, reports that blanket ‘Do Not Resuscitate’ (DNR) orders were being issued without consulting patients individually has left many of us worried about our future care – and that of our loved ones. We look at the law surrounding DNR orders and the extent to which your wishes will be complied with.