How a testamentary trust can be used for wills and estates

15 June

The significance of choosing the appropriate structure to make the protection and maintenance of your assets possible cannot be overstated. This is necessary regardless of whether you have acquired your fortune on your own or through inheritance. In...[Read More]

The Importance of Estate Planning: Safeguarding Your Family’s Future

8 June

Planning for the future is essential, especially when it comes to ensuring the security of your loved ones. Estate planning, while often overlooked, is a crucial aspect of financial management that can safeguard your family finances. It encompasses...[Read More]

Complications executors may face

16 March

Being appointed as the executor of an estate is a significant responsibility that requires careful consideration. While it may be an honour to be entrusted with this important role by a loved one, the reality is that estates can be quite...[Read More]

Financial management when we lose a loved one

24 November

Losing a loved one is probably one of the most stressful events one will ever go through in life. It will leave you feeling distraught and devastated, so sorting out their finances is the last thing you’d be concerned about. It could be...[Read More]

Caring for Someone in an Aged Care Home

13 October

Your role as a carer does not necessarily end if the person you’re looking after moves to an aged care home. Even after moving them into a care facility, you might still spend a lot of time there, providing care and giving them company. However,...[Read More]

How inheritance tax works

15 September

Inheritance Tax is a tax on the estate (the property, money and possessions) of someone who’s died. There’s normally no Inheritance Tax to pay if either: the value of your estate is below the £325,000 threshold you leave everything above...[Read More]