Estate Planning

Sometimes your circumstances may require additional clauses in your will to ensure your wishes are carried out on your passing. These might be to protect your assets against the remarriage of your spouse or bankruptcy or divorce of a beneficiary or to assist in mitigating inheritance tax.

  • Trusts and Distribution of Assets

    Trusts can preserve assets, reduce taxes, control assets’ distribution and keep assets within your family and can be either within a will or standalone.

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  • Christmas and New Year Closing

    Our offices will be closed from 5pm on December 23rd and will re-open on January 3rd.

    Telephone messages will be checked over this period for any urgent matters, as will our info@abbottswills.co.uk email address.

    We would like to send you all our very best wishes.
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    12 months ago  ·  

    "Dear Jo and Emma, thank you for all of your help, advice, support and patience, during what has been a long and painful two year journey for me, finest love Mrs K"

    Great to receive this - we really do care.
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    2 years ago  ·  

    Are you currently cohabiting with your partner but not married? Do you know that without a Will it is highly unlikely you will receive anything from your partners estate if they were to die? Have a Will and protect you and loved ones. ... See MoreSee Less

    2 years ago  ·  

    Wonderful testimonial received this morning:
    "Dear Jo and Abbotts Staff,
    I would like to thank you all for dealing with our later mother's estate in a professional manner, especially when you all had to deal with some difficulties. I know it has been very trying at times for you all but I would like to thank you all again for being tolerant and patient. It has been a pleasure meeting and I will always recommend your firm to anyone I know who might need your services"
    Yours Sincerely
    R R, London
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    2 years ago  ·  

    Having a Lasting Power of Attorney will allow your attorneys to make decisions about your property and financial affairs if you have lost the capacity to do so yourself. These must be completed while you still have full capacity. Don't leave it to late. ... See MoreSee Less

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