Wills, Trusts &
Power of Attorneys

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We know that life can be busy, juggling with the demands and pressures of work and family. We understand that sitting down to plan out your future and protect your assets is something you may not have given thought to. This is where we can help.

And to make life even easier for our clients at this current time, you are not required to attend our offices, we can carry out meetings via Facetime, Skype, Zoom or Microsoft Teams.

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  • Wills

    Why make a Will?

    At Vaux Fletcher, our vast experience helping clients put plans in place means we can help you to plan your future. Should you die without a Will, the Laws of Intestacy will apply which will determine who will inherit your assets. This could mean that your final wishes aren't fulfilled in the way you would want.

    We can help you to:

    • Ensure your assets are distributed in accordance with your wishes rather than the intestacy rules which could mean, for instance, your spouse/civil partner only inheriting a certain portion of your estate
    • Nominate executors of your choice to deal with the distribution of your estate in the certain knowledge that they will comply with your wishes
    • Nominate your preferred guardians of your children to avoid disagreements or family upsets
    • Make small personal gifts
    • Take advantage of tax saving strategies and exemptions and not expose your estate to unnecessary taxation.
  • Trusts

    What is a trust?

    A Trust is a way of managing assets (property, investments, savings etc), enabling you to protect your hard-earned assets for those you would like to see benefit, such as your family and future generations.

    There are many reasons you may wish to create a trust including:

    • The protection of a family's assets
    • Where a child is under 18 years of age and therefore too young to control their own affairs
    • Where the beneficiary is vulnerable or mentally or physically incapacitated

    If you have any questions or concerns about Inheritance Tax or Capital Gains Tax and placing assets in Trust, please speak with us today.

  • Lasting Powers of Attorney

    It's important to consider what would happen if you were suddenly unable to make decisions or sign paperwork. This might be something as simple as:

    • You were abroad on holiday or for business and couldn't get home
    • You were to have an accident
    • You developed a medical condition that incapacitated you

    How do I protect my affairs?

    The simplest way is by making a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA). The LPA is a legal document which authorises a chosen person to make decisions on your behalf if you are unable to do so.

    Individual personal LPA's

    How do I protect my affairs?

    Health and Welfare LPA £449+VAT
    Property and Finance LPA £449+VAT


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