Wills, Trusts and Probate
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Without a Will the Government will direct who inherits, so friends, loved ones, charities and even some relatives will get nothing.
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The Mental Capacity Act 2005 has made significant changes to the law in relation to mental capacity and Enduring Powers of Attorney (“EPA”).
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The death of someone close is a distressing time and during your bereavement dealing with the Deceased’s affairs may often be the last thing you want to have to face.
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Inheritance Tax is the tax which is payable on death on your “Estate” which is your assets less any debts.
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It is important to obtain specialist advice to mitigate the amount of Inheritance Tax, Capital Gains Tax and Income Tax paid.
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A trust is an arrangement where you can transfer some of your assets to Trustees of your choice and may include you, who will hold it for the benefit of one or more persons. A trust can be created during your lifetime or in your Will.
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