No-one likes to think about what happens when they or their loved ones die. But planning for the future and getting all your affairs in order can save a great deal of stress further down the line.
Financial, welfare and inheritance planning are important and can avoid family disputes later on. Another area to consider is the sensitive and complex issue of mental capacity and again getting Lasting Powers of Attorney in place earlier in life can put your mind at rest that you and your family are safeguarded.
Our specialist lawyers can help you in all matters, whether drafting a will, appointing a Lasting Power of Attorney, arranging financial and tax advice, or planning for long-term care. We also have considerable experience supporting vulnerable clients and their families.
Here we have curated articles and guides designed to give you guidance on a range of issues such as contentious probate, Inheritance Tax and the powers and duties of trustees.
When it comes to legal matters, the content can often be lengthy, complicated and packed with jargon.
At Thrings, we want to provide you with concise advice in plain English, so you get the right information, right away.
To do this, we have created our Take Five guides to address, in five simple steps, the various issues which should be considered when planning for the future.
Life Matters is a content hub for clients needing advice on legal issues which may arise during their lifetime.
However, we know that nothing is better than discussing these issues face-to-face with a specialist adviser.
If you want to know more about any aspect of planning for later life, please feel free to call one of our specialist family lawyers.