Guardians Welfare and Resources for your Children

Guardians Welfare and Resources for your Children

Guardians Welfare and Resources for your Children. If you read the previous article you will now know how to avoid your family turning into material for an Eastenders episode. But then how do you get family wishes followed? Simple answer, parents make Wills. A Will can have Executors, Trustees and Guardians.  Executors are the people you want to look after your affairs if you die, they do the paperwork and distribute the estate according to…

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What happens to Children who lose their parents?

What happens to Children who lose their parents?

What happens to Children who lose their parents? I am coming across a lot of grandparents these days who want to see their grandchildren protected if anything happens to the parents but find it’s just too hard to engage with. My name is Terry King and I develop Wills for families so that you can look after your own affairs wherever possible. This series of articles is going to develop into a ‘how to’ guide…

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HAVE YOU MADE A WILL? WHY YOU SHOULD

HAVE YOU MADE A WILL? WHY YOU SHOULD

HAVE YOU MADE A WILL? WHY YOU SHOULD Why it is important to make a will. It is important for you to make a will whether or not you consider you have many possessions or much money. It is important to make a will because: if you die without a will, there are certain rules which dictate how the money, property or possessions should be allocated. This may not be the way that you would have…

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How inheritance tax works

How inheritance tax works

How inheritance tax works. It’s often called the tax on death – the taxman’s final dip into your pocket. But it looks like inheritance tax is going nowhere. So if you’re planning how best to pass on your estate, it pays to know how your final donation to the Inland Revenue works, and what you can do to ensure your tax bill is minimised. What is inheritance tax? Many people don’t end up paying inheritance…

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