To assist you in succession planning whether in relation to how you would wish for your assets to be distributed for Inheritance and Tax Purposes, or alternatively to ensure that your business is protected.
We will be able to assist you in how you can protect your assets during your lifetime and for those who you wish to benefit. It is also important that Inheritance Tax is considered and we will be able to guide you through making use of your basic inheritance tax allowance. We also deal with those who have business assets. You will need to review and reflect on how these can be best preserved for you.
Our services include:
Pre and Post Nuptial Agreements
Corporate – Succession planning
In England and Wales, if you made a will while you were married and then you get divorced, your divorce can alter the terms of your will. Although your will remains valid after divorce, your ex-spouse will no longer be able to benefit from it, unless you have expressly stated otherwise. They will also no…Read full news story
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There are different types of Powers of Attorney, but we would recommend you make Lasting Powers of Attorney to ensure that your wealth and assets could be managed on your behalf if you are not mentally or physically able to do so yourself. This ensures that the people you trust would be able to manage your affairs on your behalf if you can’t.Wills and Lifetime Planning
This can include Health and Welfare decisions if you lack the mental capacity to make your own decisions, as well as managing your finances. Further, business owners may prefer to have a Business Lasting Power of Attorney in place, to ensure that those suitable, and qualified, to manage your business can do so if you can’t. Without this, the business could fall into disarray without you there to lead it.
Deborah was very helpful. Very easy to talk to and highly professional. I can rest easy knowing no stone was left unturned and my wishes were met.
New rules making it easier for commercial premises to be converted into homes to help revitalise England’s high streets and town centres have been welcomed by Thursfields Solicitors. The package of government measures, announced by housing secretary Robert Jenrick, are aimed at providing more homes and transforming unused buildings to give high streets a new…Read full news story
Well yes and no. You are correct that there are rules in place to distribute your estate, in the absence of a Will. But the rules do not take into account the true nature of family relationships and what the average person might think is “right” of “fair”. For example, if you are legally married…Read full news story