• Basic Wills from £150.00
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    Without a valid Last Will and Testament any assets you leave on death will be distributed according to the Rules of Intestacy. These rules lay down a rigid method of estate distribution and make no account of your wishes. Click the image to read more...
  • We realise that most people haven’t experienced probate before. Probate is the administration of a deceased’s Estate by the appointed “executors” in the Will, usually family members. At an already difficult and emotional time, the complexities of executing a Will and establishing any appropriate Trusts can be an arduous task. Click the image to the left to read more...
  • Inheritance Tax is simply a tax on money or possessions you leave behind when you pass on.It can also apply to some “gifts” you make during your lifetime. It is therefore vital that you receive professional Inheritance Tax Advice on your position to minimise the impact and tax paid should the worst happen, ensuring that your loved ones receive as much of your money as possible. Click the image to the left to read more...
  • Without a valid Last Will and Testament any assets you leave on death will be distributed according to the Rules of Intestacy. These rules lay down a rigid method of estate distribution and make no account of your wishes, unless you write a will. Click the image to the left to read more...
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    Often serious illness or accidents strike without warning. Last year, for example, approximately 130000 people suffered strokes. Without a Lasting Power of Attorney being available this is when it becomes difficult... Click the image to the left to read more...

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Lincoln Wills Advice Articles

Trusts

So what Trusts can I use to protect my assets on death? There are several types of Trusts you can put in your Will to ensure your assets at death will reach your chosen beneficiaries. Firstly there is a Property Protection Trust which can provide a protective shelter for the value of your home allowing […]

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Attorneys, Executors and Trustees

These three titles often confuse many lay people when planning their affairs both for life and death. It is understood that each of the titles refer to someone who is acting on your behalf , but how and when appear to cause confusion. Firstly all of the titles refer to someone you have personally appointed […]

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A Cheap Insurance

The majority of people take out some form of insurance in their lifetime. It can be motor insurance, fire and theft cover, buildings cover, critical illness etc. etc.  All of these protect against future potential accidents or happenings  and of course death  where life assurance is taken out. Annual premiums are paid on these policies […]

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A Plan for all Seasons

The death of a loved one is an extremely grief ridden time for all family and friends. At such a time you are faced with many things to arrange not the least of which is the funeral. Who to choose to administer it, where to hold it, how to conduct it, how to let friends […]

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Thereby hangs a Parliament

With the results of the General Election now available there is no political party with an overall majority. This means a Hung Parliament This will make it difficult for the largest party to implement its manifesto policies. It is therefore reasonable to expect little change in the foreseeable future to either the burden of social […]

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Protect your assets–‘ Now ‘

According to the Conservative Party manifesto for the forthcoming General Election if they get back into government they intend to reform social care. They plan to include the value of your home residence in the assets to assess your ability to pay for care costs. With certain exemptions this is already taken into the calculations […]

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Peace of Mind

Many people I meet on the subject of Wills seek an answer to the nagging thought of what will happen after their death. What will happen to their belongings and assets,who will deal with them,how and who are executors appointed,what about the funeral,can pets be taken care of,is spouse able to continue living in house […]

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Social Care costs

Government’s answer to the rising burden of Social Care appears to be to place the burden fairly and squarely with Local Authorities. They have been allowed to increase Council Tax to meet the cost of providing care in the community for the elderly and infirm. Under the present system if you go into care, owning […]

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So what is RNRB?

Government has introduced a new allowance for Inheritance Tax in addition to the current Nil Rate band of £325,000 per person It is called Residence Nil Rate Band ( RNRB ) Where a person dies on or after 6 April 2017 and leaves the home to direct descendants ( and this includes step-children ) an […]

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