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A WILL OR ESTATE PLANNING - WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE?

A will is an important but simple legal document that dictates who receives what from your assets when you die, ensuring that the right money goes to the right people, at the right time.

Estate planning is so much more.  It's about protecting you and your beneficiaries for generations to come from the unpredictable risks that can, and all too frequently do, occur such as Care Fees, Inheritance Tax, Divorce, and Relationship Breakdowns.

All of this is achievable with the right expert guidance, utilising Trust Laws and true Estate Planning.

If you're not sure which is the best option for you and your family please get in touch.  I'm more than happy to sit down and have a chat with you - and there's absolutely no obligation to take it further.  In the meantime check out the video here.

Jan Cook, Jan Cook Wills and Trusts