Future Planning

We offer a complete range of options for every financial situation with free consultancy

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We are delighted to have partnered with Four Seasons to offer our customers a huge range of future planning products.

Free Will Writing
Talk with one of our friendly consultants, who will take you through the various options available once you decide to make a Will.
Advice on Family Trusts
We’ll help you to protect your family home and estate so it passes to those you love.
Lasting Power of Attorney
In the event of you not reliably make your own decisions, this important document will ensure your affairs are kept in order.
Pet Funeral Plans
Protect yourself from rising costs, but most importantly guarantee your pet is given a dignified send off.
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01476 249360
To discuss your Future Planning needs and options.

Four Seasons Future Planning

Taking great pride in their customer care

The supportive team will help guide you through the different options you have when considering a Will, Trust or Lasting Power of Attorney in the comfort of your own home, so you can make an informed choice that is right for you and your loved ones.

They offer a wide variety of Wills, Trust's and Lasting Power of Attorney plans to suit everyone and a number of ways to pay so it is affordable to you.

Services From Four Seasons

Trusts

Trusts are a great way to keep your assets safe, they allow trustees to pass on your assets without complicated processes. In many situations, they avoid the sometimes lengthy probate processes and offer security and protection to your assets.

Will Writing

Making a will can be a daunting task, and not every one realises how important it is. After years of experience, we know that doing it correctly is unquestionably the best way to protect your assets.

Lasting Power Of Attorney

Never overlook the importance of this critical document. In the event of you being unable to deal with your affairs, Lasting Power Of Attorney will ensure your affairs are kept in order.

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FAQ

This is, unfortunately, not always the case. Wills are highly critical documents, and not having a Will means leaving the power in the hands of the law and the rules of intestacy when it comes to deciding what happens to your assets when you’re gone.

Having ‘a’ Will is certainly better than not having one at all, but the majority of people do not have the ‘right’ Will. Whilst a Standard Will may state your basic wishes, it cannot, and does not, offer any protection whatsoever to your estate or beneficiaries. A basic Will merely gives you a say in what happens to everything you own. The ‘Right’ Will can protect your assets and your loved ones and prevent delays, expense and heartache.

Without a Will, Care Authorities will decide who is best equipped to look after your children. Shouldn’t you, their parent, be the one to decide what’s best for them after you’re gone?

The only way to ensure your children inherit as much as possible is to make the right Will. Otherwise, remarrying could adversely affect the inheritance your children deserve. This is because only your most recently made Will is valid. In the event of your spouse remarrying, your wishes would be disregarded.