Many of our clients want to ensure that the assets that they have worked so hard to build up over their lifetime, are preserved to be passed down to their loved ones or the next generation.
Our expert team can advise you on the legitimate steps that you can take to preserve as much as possible for your loved ones.
We can advise you on all the possible options to preserve your assets in the event that you may need long-term care by carefully drafted wills, and guiding you through the complex pitfalls of the rules on ‘deliberate deprivation of assets’.
We can give practical advice on:
- protecting assets in the event of remarriages or relationship breakdown
- protection of pension and life policy lump sum death benefits
Our caring and friendly approach builds two-way trust, while our knack for putting technical legal language into plain English ensures our clients fully understand the issues and consequences of different courses of action.
Why go to Birchall Blackburn Law for asset preservation?
At Birchall Blackburn Law we develop strong personal relationships with our clients to ensure the advice we provide is tailored to their specific individual needs.
Our asset preservation team is led by Kristina Smith. Kristina and her team take a proactive approach to helping clients preserve their assets, without falling foul of the onerous and complex rules on ‘deliberate deprivation of assets’.
Kristina and many of our lawyers are members of the highly respected Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) and Solicitors for the Elderly (SFE).
How much does it cost?
The cost varies depending on what is involved and the work required. All clients have an initial no obligation meeting to discuss their needs. Once we have a thorough understanding of the work to be undertaken, we will provide a fixed fee estimate and give you information about the funding options available to you. We are happy to discuss flexible payment arrangements.
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