You can learn amazing things from having difficult conversations, which is why we’ve teamed up with Ashtons Legal, to deliver three webinars aimed at making those difficult conversations about future planning, and what you’d like to happen after you die, easier.
Have you thought about:
- How you can best protect those you care about?
- What you would want to happen after you die?
- Who would manage your finances or make health decisions, if you can’t?
- How to protect your assets from care fees?
We know it’s not something any of us want to think about (at any age), but through this series of webinars we’re hoping to provide some sound legal advice and to myth-bust common misconceptions around making a Will, Lasting Powers of Attorney, protecting your assets and going through probate following the death of a loved one.
Join us from the comfort of your own home for the following FREE sessions. All you need is access to a laptop or tablet and the internet to benefit from these impartial and informative webinars.
Planning for the future: Why writing a Will should be high on your to do list
Writing a Will is not something you think about every day. Most people are unsure about when they should first write one, or if one is already in place when it should be updated. This session will cover how best you can protect your wishes and the people and causes you care about and pass on assets in a tax efficient way so those who are important to you don’t lose out. Your Will, your way.Register to watch on-demand
Lasting Powers of Attorney: If you can’t manage your finance or make health decisions, who will? And what it means to be an acting Attorney
If you have an accident or illness you might need other people to help make decisions on your behalf. A Lasting Power of Attorney protects you in advance by giving you a choice over who can make those decisions for you, so you have peace of mind that they’ll be by your side when you need it. We’ll also be looking at what it means to be an acting Attorney and the do’s and don’ts of your role.Register to watch on-demand
Care funding: protecting your assets and Probate: Where to start following the death of a loved one and how to make it easier
Losing someone is a stressful time, and there are a lot of things you need to do over a short period. Sometimes the executor might not be releasing information which can add to the stress. Over this session we will be looking at certain ways to make this difficult time a little bit smoother along with some practical advice and support for how you can protect your assets from care fees.Register to watch on-demand