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Platinum

All the features of the Essential Plus Benefit Package but with the inclusion of Property and Affairs Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA). An LPA is a legal document which allows you to appoint someone you trust to take over your affairs when you are unable or just require assistance. Whatever your situation, here is why a LPA is important.

Home ownership – if you hold your property as tenants in common with your partner or spouse then you would be unable to sell the property if you or your partner became incapacitated unless and LPA was in place.

Bills and bank accounts – If your utilities, phone and internet for example are in a sole name your partner/spouse will not be able to access these accounts to deal with any issues, the same applies to bank accounts unless an LPA is in place.

Planning – You never know what may happen in the future. What happens if you are incapacitated? Would there be family disputes?

Avoid court fees – Applying to the court of protection to appoint a deputy if an LPA is not in place is a costly process when taking into account all court and solicitor fees. The current costs are approximately £4,000 as well as being a lengthy process.


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Essential Plus

Including all the features of the Essential Benefit Package but with the additional benefit of being able to include a trust in your Will. This may include property trusts (known as a life interest trust), discretionary or disabled trust.

A life interest trust allows you to ensure your intended beneficiaries receive your property while allowing someone else to benefit from its use during their lifetime. For example this could protect the inheritance of children from a previous relationship but allowing your current partner or spouse to continue to live in the property for a predetermined time scale or event when once triggered your children will inherit the property. This trust is also quite popular to protect inheritance for children if your spouse re-marries after you have passed.

Discretionary trusts can be used to provide an inheritance to a vulnerable person who may not be able to take care of themselves or someone who you may not trust to provide a large inheritance all at one time.

This package is ideal for those with more complex affairs where trusts may be required.


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Essential

Our Essential Corporate Benefits Package includes a Will which provides the facility to appoint Executors, Guardians of any children, distribute personal gifts, cash gifts and anything else. A Will is an ideal place to also detail any funeral wishes you may have.

This package is ideal for a single person or couple that have straightforward affairs and would like to ensure they have the protection of a Will giving piece of mind.


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