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Thames Estate Planning
Thames Estate Planning are happy to help you with your estate planning, Will writing, Powers of Attorney's, long term care, and business protection planning. We also offer a wide range of asset protection solutions.
There are a number of ways in which your home, savings and business are vulnerable to attack. We’re here to safeguard these hard earned assets for you and your family, using simple but effective strategies.
Irrespective of your age or the value of your estate, making a Will and putting your affairs in order is one of the most important tasks that you are likely to undertake. We will arrange to visit you in the comfort of your own home, to assess your current situation, answer your questions and provide peace of mind for the future.
Our estate planning solutions are tailor made to suit every set of personal circumstances and every pocket. Looking after you, your family, and the generations to follow.
Protect Your Wealth
A large proportion of any inheritance maybe lost in future divorce settlements, to creditors or bankruptcy and unnecessary taxation.
If you own a business or a share of a business then your spouse/partner and children may not inherit your share.
We offer a friendly and professional approach to all our clients. What we do is to make sense of it.
Mark Bugden also works as an Independent Financial Adviser with , True Potential Wealth Management, means that any financial advice they give you will be unbiased towards any company or product and will be clearly detailed to you in writing in clear and understandable terms.
"We organise our clients’ finances so they know how much money they have, where it is, how hard it’s working and what it’s doing for them."
We hope find the information you require, if not please do not hesitate to contact us by email or telephone 01932 500089.Email Mark.
To the right people
Everyone should have a Will, but 2 out of 3 people have not yet made a Will and those that have, may not have the correct Will in place.
Making a Will enables you to plan exactly what will happen to your property (estate) following your demise.
Why do I need a Will?
• You cannot be sure those you would wish to beneﬁt will actually do so.
• Your spouse / civil partner will not automatically inherit ALL of your estate.
• "Common Law" partners may not receive anything.
•Minor children could be taken into care whilst Guardians are appointed.
•There could be lengthy delays for your beneﬁciaries and disputes.
Why do I need a Will?
The vast majority of people put off making a Will for a variety of reasons, either believing that the people they would wish to inherit will automatically do so, or because they don’t think it is relevant to them at this particular time.
The reality is that you can put off making a Will until it is too late and this poses all sorts of problems for the people left behind and could mean that some or all of your inheritance either goes to the wrong person or to the state.
Managing my Affairs
There may come a time in your life when you are unable to manage your financial affairs or personal welfare, owing to some form of incapacity and you will need someone to act on your behalf.
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