Abacus Wills & Trusts can guide you through estate planning, trusts and estates

Usually incorporated into trust funds; estate planning is the process of arranging who receives what from a person’s estate, what things are being left to which person, and when they are to receive them. Not just for property, estate planning also includes all of a person’s chattels and belongings and is therefore applicable to everyone (no matter how small or large their estate may be).

In the unfortunate circumstance that you should die or become incapacitated without having made an estate plan, the estate will be divided according to the laws of intestacy and may not be left as you would have wished. For example, if you have children under the age of 18 and haven’t made an estate plan, the court may appoint guardians on your behalf, who will then be in control of your children’s inheritance. It’s therefore incredibly important to ensure that your affairs, trusts, and estates are in order.

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Professional Consultants

Providing you with a confidential and expert service with fully flexible, ongoing lifetime support.

Home Visits

Our specialist practitioners are able to come and visit you in the comfort of your home at any time of the day to make the process easier for you.

Peace of Mind

We strive to deliver to all of our customers and ensure that any document we create for you is low cost and competitive.

Why Choose Abacus?

We will provide you with a bespoke estate planning service, conducting an in-depth assessment of your assets alongside your long-term objectives and any concerns you may have, to create a wholly bespoke estate plan, which we can integrate into an existing or new Will or trust fund, ensuring that you have peace of mind for a secure future.

We will also guarantee that any document we create for you is low cost, competitive and we’ll endeavour to beat any quote from elsewhere, all whilst maintaining our professional standards.

Benefits of Estate Planning

  • Estate planning can also help reduce inheritance tax on a person’s estate and the administration during the process of probate
  • If you want to choose who will inherit what among your possessions and valuables, you need do some estate planning.
  • Estate planning allows you the ability to name your children’s guardian in the event of your premature death.
  • Reducing taxes on what you leave behind is a common estate-planning goal.
  • Estate planning minimises the chances of family strife and ugly legal battles.

Enquire Now About Estate Planning

Register your interest by completing the form below and one of our specialist consultants will be in touch about your query. Alternatively click here to book a consultation call with one of our expert consultants.