There is no doubt that estate planning might not be a matter of concern for many people when it comes to a list of financial priorities. However, what will happen to your estate after you have left this world?
It is understandable that people do not like to consider the thought of death, however it is sensible to make reassuring plans in order to avoid disputes if unthinkable was to happen.
We understand the requirements of our clients and help them with bespoke estate planning ensuring a highly effective transition to the next generation. The earlier you think of estate planning, the more possibilities you will have to take the benefits of all tax opportunities offered to you.
We assist you in the valuation of your estate and help you in the right documentation to transfer your assets to the beneficiaries after death. We can also help you in the formation of any relevant trusts.
Our offered estate planning services include
Our solicitors and advisors at Hamara Solicitor have in-depth and up-to-date knowledge of all aspects of estate planning in the UK and ensure to provide the best advice on the exemptions and reliefs to maximise the amount that will be provided to your beneficiaries.
We establish the value of your estate by calculating the total worth of all assets as well as the value of non-monetary assets. We are here to support you from start to end of the entire process and ensure that your estate is handled correctly.
Our professional experience in estate planning enables us to provide you with all the information to plan your estate to ensure that you and your estate remain protected from large inheritance tax bills.
If you have your own advisors, solicitor or tax specialists, we work with them to ensure providing an effective estate planning service in compliance of multi-jurisdictional dispositions.
Contact Hamara Solicitor for Estate Planning
If you are considering estate planning and seeking advice from an expert, simply call us today on 01254 65 89 66 to discuss the existing circumstances and your estate.