Have you protected your estate for your blood line?
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Why you should make an “Estate Protection Trust”
You have probably worked very hard in your life to acquire your assets and are quite happy for these to pass on to your loved ones after you have gone and to provide them with security and comfort.
Alas, in 35% – yes, 35% – of such cases that hard earned inheritance that you leave to your loved ones may not stay with them and might go to some other unintended person. This is not what you had in mind when you were living.
Matters such as divorce, re-marriages, poor health, insolvency, bankruptcy, inheritance tax and even premature death are just a few of life’s eventualities that could lead to your lifetime assets passing to someone else – obviously without your knowledge!
A simple will granting such an inheritance does not always ensure that your loved ones and your blood line will be able to hold on to their inheritance from you. With the help of correct ESTATE PLANNING through a TRUST you can ensure that your wishes are met and that the inheritance you leave will be totally protected for your loved ones, their children and, even, for future generations and can stay in the blood line and not move “sideways” to outsiders.
Obviously, if anything unfortunate happens to you then your estate is protected when you are alive.
I WORK WITH EXPERTS SUCH AS BARRISTERS AND TRUST DRAFTERS TO OFFER TAILOR MADE ESTATE PLANS THAT PREVENT YOUR ASSETS BEING LOST FOREVER AFTER YOU HAVE GONE.
Overleaf are a few actual cases known to me and my colleagues whereby legacies to loved ones have been lost. There are many, many more examples. All of them, obviously, without the deceased being aware.
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