Wills & Trusts
About The Video.
Making a will: This is a Macmillan Cancer Support video highlighting -
If you need help with a will email me today.
- Don't harm others: I have come to understand that not preparing for ones death is in itself harming those closest to us. The more complex your finances the greater the potential harm.
- Be ethical in all your dealings: We all have people that depend upon us. Deal with people in death as you dealt with them in life.
- Make peace with yourself and everyone around you: There is a huge amount of satisfaction and comfort in knowing that you have done the best you can for those closest to you. Your legacy will be secured by good planning.
- Be happy: In planning for the future we must not forget to live for today. Every day we spend with others is a blessing.
1. Make a will and formalise how your assets are allocated in the event of your death.
2. Look into trusts. Trusts allow people to manage assets in a particular way for a specific reason eg. protect assets, enable transfer of assets, . There are several different types of trusts but they all involve a ‘Trust Deed”, ’Settlor’ a ‘Trustee’ and a ‘Beneficiary’.
Note: Money from a life insurance policy may be subject to inheritance tax. It may be worth considering a trust.
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