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Will Writing

 

Worryingly over 70% of the UK population have not made a valid will. Many couples both married or unmarried assume a partners assets will automatically pass across to the surviving person, however this is not always and quite often not the case without a will

 

We strongly beleive in protecting your assets, ensuring the right people inherit what you've built up and protecting your children's futures

 

Making a Will is one of the most vital actions you can do for your family or business. FOSTERS are able to guide you through the process of writing the perfect Will for you and your family

 

When you sign your Will we want to ensure that you are safe in the knowledge that your legal document is the best possible, 'watertight' Will for you

 

Often with the inclusion of a trust we can also ensure your inheritances are secure long after your death

 

For further information please email or phone us today

 

For will writing, powers of attorney and guardianship we act as introducers only.

 

Fosters Mortgage Services is a trading name of FOSTERS (UK) Limted, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority under 628833.

The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate Will writing, trusts and some forms of Buy To Let mortgages and tax planning.

The Information contained with this website is subject the UK regulatory regime and is therefore primarily targeted at consumers based in the UK.

FOSTERS (UK) Limited, 20 Fairleigh Road, Clevedon, North Somerset, BS21 7XA  

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Will Writing

 

Your will lets you decide what happens to your money, property and possessions after your death.

If you make a will you can also make sure you don’t pay more Inheritance Tax than you need to.

 

If you want to update your will, you need to make an official alteration (called a codicil) or make a new will.

If you die without a will, the law says who gets what.

Powers Of Attorney

 

Not a nice thought, but there may come a time in your life - or one of your family members - when you are unable to manage your financial affairs or personal welfare. This is a time when you will need someone who you trust to act in your best interests. Even when we are young, we can find ourselves incapacitated due to an illness or accident and it can be invaluable to have a reliable person who is able to manage your affairs, pay bills and give you peace of mind.

 

Creating an 'Attorney' in advance ensures that if the worst or unthinkable should happen, you can rest assured that both you and your finances are in a safe pair of hands.

 

 

Guardianship

 

Making choices about guardianship, in case parents die before their children reach the age of 18, is an important part of life planning for anyone with a family.

 

The best way to make this provision is in a legal will, complemented by a guardianship letter. Having this instruction appoints a trusted family member or friend to take responsibility for the upbringing of the child. This person is known as a guardian and by appointing them in advance, the parents avoid the uncertainty of leaving the decision to a court of law.

 

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