The concept of Trusts have been around for nearly a thousand years and they are part of our everyday life, used by hospitals, pension schemes, schools etc, so use this safe and secure proven product that enjoys special status within the Law to protect all your assets.
Alarmingly, for many people, it is not just our homes that are at risk If like many others you have cash, savings, ISA’s, bonds, shares, static homes etc. then these assets are also at risk and exposed should you not protect them.
The Bespoke Asset Trust that Express Law create for you prevents probate fees being incurred and the associated delays which can often mean it takes a year or more for your loved ones to finalise your estate.
The Express Law Bespoke Asset Trust also protects against unwanted estate claims, avoids sideways disinheritance, relationship and/or business failure claims – benefits and protection that could potentially save you and your family thousands of pounds
The Bespoke Asset Trust from Express Law continues to work after your death to protect your assets for your beneficiaries and you can continue to hold the assets within it or pay them out to individuals or charities you have named.
The Bespoke Asset Trust is extremely flexible after your death and has the ability to continue protecting your assets for your beneficiaries for up to 125 years from the day it was set up meaning the Trust and all of the following benefits it provides can not only protect your assets for you and your children but for your grandchildren and great grandchildren!
For further information on the Express Law Bespoke Asset Trust call - 0845 475 3555.
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No work should be instructed to deliberately avoid care fees as this would be depravation of assets. From CRAG 2011 “The Local Authority may consider that a resident has deprived himself of a capital asset in order to reduce his accommodation charge. If this is the case the Local authority may treat the resident as still possessing the asset.”
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