Estate Planning Advice Service
Wills, Trusts and Power of Attorneys. We’ll help make sure your assets are protected when you’re gone.
We’re not tied to specific providers, meaning we’ll find the best options for you from across the market.
Authorised & Regulated
We’re authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, the UK’s financial services regulator.
Free Initial Meeting
Your first meeting is no cost, so, let’s see how we can help.
What Is Estate Planning?
Estate planning In the UK, or Protect as we call it, is all about protecting your financial planning, so you know your assets and family are protected when you’re no longer here. It could include things like:
- Lasting Power of Attorney
- Care fees planning
- Inheritance tax planning
You tell us all the ways you’d like to protect your assets and we’ll structure your Will, so your final wishes have the legal status to be carried out in the way you want.
Essentially, the Protect team are there to make sure what you leave behind goes to the people you want and not someone else you haven’t considered.
Peace of Mind
It’s about knowing that everything’s taken care of. We’ll take all the confusing legal jargon and put it in simple easy to understand language, while also busting some of those common myths people have, like:
- Signing the house to the kids won’t prevent it from being taken in care fees
- Giving stuff away seven years before death is about inheritance tax, not care fees
- And much more…
Your Estate Planning
At your meeting, you’ll meet the Protect team, who’ll listen to your concerns and chat about what you’ve already got, before talking through your options to plug any gaps you might have.
We’ll also look at things like, what you want to happen to your estate when you’re gone and help solve any potential issues.
We can help you make the right decision for you and your loved ones.
What is estate planning?
Estate planning is the process of preparing a will, power of attorney, and other legal documents that provide for the distribution of one’s estate in accordance with UK law.
Estate planning can be especially important for people who have accumulated wealth during their lifetime or own a home, or any personal passions they want to leave to family members.
Can I write a will myself?
Technically yes, you can write a will yourself, but you may want to have someone qualified look it over to make sure it’s legal and correct. A will is a legally binding document that dictates how your assets should be distributed after your death. It’s important to have a will so that your loved ones don’t have to go through the hassle and expense of probate court after you die. Joslin Rhodes can help produce wills and estate documents giving you peace of mind that everything is in order for your loved ones.
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