We don’t always want to think about the end of our life, but the inevitable will happen at some stage – now or in the long-term future. Protect your loved ones’ future.
Ensure you have exit strategies in place for your current situation – personal or business. You may own property or other valuable assets, or you may have debts that need to be covered.
Have you catered for your children’s future in the event of separation, divorce or death? Make sure your family or other loved ones are provided for and your assets are distributed the way you intend.
|Wills||A Will is a legal document that helps you specify how you would like your assets distributed following your death.
It is important to ensure you have a current and valid Will in place to determine who will be in charge of the administration of your estate and how your assets are to be distributed after you’re gone.
|Testamentary Trusts||A Testamentary Trust may provide a greater level of control over the distribution of your assets to your intended beneficiaries and may provide additional tax advantages.|
Carefully plan how your assets can be distributed to your intended beneficiaries whilst minimising their tax implications
|Enduring Power of Attorney||An Enduring Power of Attorney is a legal document that specifies how you would like to manage your affairs when you no longer have the capacity to do so yourself.|
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