Estate Planning

ESTATE PLANNING – TOO IMPORTANT TO PUT ON HOLD

All too often, people put off estate planning. This is understandable as, rather than preparing for the here and now, it requires you to consider what will happen when your life is over, hardly something most of us rush to contemplate.

Consequently, estate planning often becomes, and all too often remains, a do-it-tomorrow task. When it could suddenly become all-important it might be too late. After all, accidents and sudden illnesses – such as Covid-19 – can and do happen.

This guide will help you prepare effective plans that will help ensure you control what happens to your estate.

The Guide covers the following topics:

  • Your will 
    Making a will is the essential first step of an effective estate plan.
  • Lasting powers of attorney
    How establishing LPAs can make things simpler for your loved ones.
  • How inheritance tax works 
    Navigating the complex rules surrounding inheritance tax.
  • Making your plan
    The core elements of an effective estate plan. 

Click here to download your copy of ‘You and yours – estate planning’.

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This publication is for general information only and is not intended to be advice to any specific person. You are recommended to seek competent professional advice before taking or refraining from taking any action on the basis of the contents of this publication. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) does not regulate tax advice, so it is outside the investment protection rules of the Financial Services and Markets Act and the Financial Services Compensation Scheme. This publication represents our understanding of law and HM Revenue & Customs practice as at 6 April 2021.

Will writing & Powers of Attorney are not part of the Quilter Financial Planning offering and are offered in our own right. Quilter Financial Planning accept no responsibility for these aspects of our business.
Estate Planning, Will writing & Powers of Attorney are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.