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Can you make a Power of Attorney online_

Can you make a Power of Attorney online?

It is possible to make a Power of Attorney online, but whether you should is an entirely different matter. The process of making a Power of Attorney seems straightforward, but for those who are unfamiliar with the process, there are many potential pitfalls which could result in your application being rejected or your wishes not being carried out correctly. In this article, we look at some of the common difficulties we see when clients attempt to make a Power of Attorney online. How do I make a Power of Attorney…

Gifting and inheritance tax

Gifting and inheritance tax explained

As part of inheritance tax planning, or simply as part of passing on wealth to the next generation, you may consider gifting money or property to family or friends. However, there are several things you need to know about gifting and inheritance tax. In this article, we give a brief overview of gifting and inheritance tax, including who you can gift to, how much you can gift, and what it means if you continue to benefit from the gift. Giving away money or property to avoid inheritance tax One of…

5 reasons a solicitor should write your will

Writing your will: 5 reasons you should use a solicitor

Writing a will is important, you have decided to do it finally and are considering doing it yourself. There are many templates and tools available online, along with vast amounts of information about the law and how to go about writing your own will. However, there are significant benefits to using a solicitor to write your will - not to mention the pitfalls of trying to do it yourself. In this article, we look at five reasons to use a solicitor to write your will. A solicitor knows what to…

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What happens to debt after someone dies?

When someone you love has passed away, the last thing you might be thinking about is debt. However, there are many misconceptions about debt and inheritance, and it is essential to understand your position.  Many people believe that when a person dies, the debt dies with them, but that is simply not the case. Similarly, it is a widely held belief that family members are personally responsible for paying debts, but this is not often true. In this post, we take a look at what happens to a person’s debts after they pass…

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Wills and Lasting Powers of attorney – Is now a good time?

Coronavirus caused a lot of chaos and it has been a very turbulent time for us all. What is evidently clear is that everyone has been in the same situation and it is entirely natural to feel concerned about the impact on your family and your finances during difficult times. You can take control of the situation and put your future in your own hands by drawing up a Will and making Lasting Powers of Attorney, to ensure that you have peace of mind and have secured the future of…

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