People often assume incorrectly that
when they die, their estate or worldly
goods will go to their family.
Trusts are commonly used to protect
property after death, or to protect
money for a minor.
As part of our Will drafting process, at
PWP we carry out a fully confidential
The amount of work required in
administering an estate through
probate can be huge.
How does Probate Work
If there is no will, a close relative of the deceased can apply to the
probate registry to deal with the estate. In this case they apply for a
'grant of letters of administration'.
General Power of Attorney
A General Power Of Attorney (GPA) is a more affordable option of the
two types of POA but it is limited in what it provides.
Lasting Power of Attorney
If you were to become to ill to manage your own affairs or you suffered
a mental illness such as Alzheimer’s, dementia or brain injury, life could
become extremely traumatic for loved one’s when dealing with
decisions on your behalf.
Home Protection Scheme
For most people, ownership of their home does not always mean they
are wealthy – at least not in the sense of having money to spend.
In a discretionary trust (or family trust) the beneficiaries do not have a
fixed entitlement or interest in the trust funds.
Nowadays more people than ever have children from previous
relationships and many of these children will be looked after and
maintained by parents who don’t necessarily live with them.
Currently if you have assets in excess of £23,000, including your
home, you are not entitled to any help from the state with care home
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