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Planning

ahead

Preventative rather than

postoperative

 

As a legal Practitioner we feel that it is important to adopt a holistic preventative approach rather than leaving
a potential legal confusion for our loved ones to deal with after we’re gone. With proper and
appropriate forethought we are able to provide solutions for you that could
have a positive impact for generations to come.

For example, you may wish to leave your business to your grandchildren who are two year old twins.
This would require a Trust to be set up where your trustees could use the business income
for the upbringing, maintenance and education of the twins but you could
stipulate also that if they survive to the age of 25 years
they should take over the business.

Therefore, we don’t just consider the here and now, we consider the long and winding future for your family and
any dear friends. This requires an open and agile mind to strategically consider the if’s, what if’s, when’s
and how’s. Of course, consideration could be given concerning grandchildren and even
great-grandchildren when asserting who the beneficiaries of your Will are to be.

Similarly, any descendants of your family can be named or any ”class” of beneficiaries that you select could
be incorporated into any Trust upon your instructions. Importantly, there is a plethora of ways in which
you are legally and ethically able to bequeath your assets and it is our job to ensure that you
are aware of all options available so that you can decide the best way forward
for the beneficiaries of your Will or the beneficiaries
of any Trust that we may draft.

As a legal Practitioner we feel that it is important to adopt a holistic preventative approach rather than leaving a potential legal confusion for our loved ones to deal with after we’re gone. With proper and appropriate forethought we are able to provide solutions for you that could have a positive impact for generations to come.

For example, you may wish to leave your business to your grandchildren who are two year old twins. This would require a Trust to be set up where your trustees could use the business income for the upbringing, maintenance and education of the twins but you could stipulate also that if they survive to the age of 25 years they should take over the business.

Therefore, we don’t just consider the here and now, we consider the long and winding future for your family and any dear friends. This requires an open and agile mind to strategically consider the if’s, what if’s, when’s and how’s. Of course, consideration could be given concerning grandchildren and even great-grandchildren when asserting who the beneficiaries of your Will are to be.

Similarly, any descendants of your family can be named or any ”class” of beneficiaries that you select could be incorporated into any Trust upon your instructions. Importantly, there is a plethora of ways in which you are legally and ethically able to bequeath your assets and it is our job to ensure that you are aware of all options available so that you can decide the best way forward for the beneficiaries of your Will or the beneficiaries of any Trust that we may draft.

Registered in England and Wales Registration Number 09852533

Member of the Information Commissioners office Data Protection 1998 ZA151513

Legal Practitioner

Insured by Hiscox

Corinthians Law UK LTD
Taunton Will Writers
41 Leslie Ave
Taunton
Somerset
TA2 6JW
07401 137 373
01823 251 210
heretohelp@corinthianslawuk.co.uk

© Corinthians Law UK Ltd.

Member number - SU68092612/15

Registered in England and Wales Registration Number 09852533

Member of the Information Commissioners office Data Protection 1998 ZA151513

Legal Practitioner

Insured by Hiscox

© Corinthians Law UK Ltd.

Member number - SU68092612/15

Corinthians Law UK LTD
Taunton Will Writers
41 Leslie Ave
Taunton
Somerset
TA2 6JW
07401 137 373
01823 251 210
heretohelp@corinthianslawuk.co.uk