Newsletter for June/July

In this issue, we talk about…

  • The importance of planning ahead highlighted by the arrival of the royal baby.
  • Can we handle the increasing need for end of life care?
  • HM Courts and Tribunals Service plan to close local probate registries.
  • What is Inheritance Tax and how does it work?

Latest Bi-Monthly Newsletter

The March-April issue looks at the complications of cryptocurrency, the increased interest in leaving a digital legacy, what happens to your loyalty points when you die and lastly, gives you insight into Sir Ken Dodd’s legacy a year after his death.

Businessman takes £105million worth of cryptocurrency to his grave…

As cryptocurrency celebrated its 10th birthday, the digital currency hit the headlines as a man died suddenly without sharing his computer password or recovery key. Read the Full article here.

Bringing You the Latest News From Our World to Yours. 

The world we live is in is forever evolving, which means so is the world of Estate Planning. We will keep you in the know, right here on our Latest News page.

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‘Inheritance disputes set to increase as more British adults are willing to dispute a Will.’

News from King’s Court Trust. Read the full article here.

Our Bi-Monthly Newsletter – January/February Issue

The latest from our world to yours – Looking to the year ahead.

Changing Probate Fees Set By The Government

Everything you need to know about the changing probate fees.

The Latest Bi-Monthly Newsletter – November/December Issue

The latest from the World of Estate Planning.

The National Bereavement Service

Find out about why we are working in association with The National Bereavement Service. 

Financial Education For Your Children

Thanks to very generous support from Martin Lewis OBE, the very first financial education textbook has been developed;  “Your Money Matters” for secondary schools.

Vitality – A Protection Policy for Your Family

A protection policy you can benefit from even if you don’t make a claim

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The Chancellors Budget Proposals for Social Care

Does the Chancellors £2 billion to social care over three years really help those needing long-term care?

Rip Off Britain

BBC programme suggests having Power of Attorney.