Making a Will to Protect Your Assets in the UK – Coronavirus (COVID-19)

April 2 , 2020
April 2 , 2020

Making a Will to Protect Your Assets in the UK – Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The current health pandemic has all made us realise more than ever, how uncertain life can be.

And it causes fear, panic, anxiety and so on.

The best way to rebalance is to find control or security within the uncertainty.

Many of our clients have asked us questions like “What will happen to my assets if something happens to me?”, “How are my UK assets distributed if I am living abroad?”, “Is there a way to better restructure my UK holdings?”…

We can help answer all of your queries and provide advice on the following:

  • Restructuring advice in relation to UK assets in line with any tax advice you may receive
  • Legacy and estate planning advice
  • Preparing a new Will

Last month we were awarded ‘the most trusted law firm’ in London and in a time of uncertainty, being trusted is critical.

Don’t waste time being stressed or worried. Call us and let’s talk it through. We will help work out what you need and allay any concerns.


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