Will Writing & Protecting Your Home
We believe this is one of the most important things you can do, as it allows all your affairs to be in order for your loved ones.
8 Reasons Why You Need To Get A Will Now
- It will give you peace of mind knowing your affairs are in order.
- Your estate will be distributed to the people you want it to go to.
- Your home will end up in the hands of the right people.
- Family disputes and stress will be minimised if not entirely eradicated at a time when emotions usually are vulnerable.
- You make sure your special people are treated right.
- You decide who distributes your estate – you won’t have to accept an executor appointed by law.
- You can maximise the benefit of your heirs by reducing inheritance tax.
- You will avoid the high costs associated with legal disputes.
Have You Thought About Protecting Your Home?
Most home-owners desire to pass their property to their loved ones. However, many times life works out differently, and the property ends up belonging to someone else, or nursing care cost eats away at the equity.
At Safe Future Plans we can advise you on how to protect your property and ensure that you pass on the very thing you have worked so hard for. “Home Protection Trust” or “Protective Property Trusts” are two legal ways to help you protect your property.Our Office in Burslem is a great place to come and talk to us about Home Protection Trusts or we can arrange to visit your home.
There is a lot of confusion around the subject and we at Safe Future Plans offer clear advice that will be useful to you. You may have concerns about the security of your family home and assets once you have died. Safe Future Plans provide Home Protection Trust to protect your home and your right to stay in your own home. This will make sure your property will be passed directly onto your beneficiaries after your death without the long delays in probate.
5 Things You Need to Know about Home Protection Trusts or Protective Property Trusts.
- Once you have signed. Your home is transferred into the names of the Trustees of the Trust. This is a legal requirement.
- The Trustees cannot sell your home in your lifetime.
- In your lifetime if you can no longer live in your home the Trustees can be instructed to sell and the proceeds will provide you with an income.
- If your spouse remarries you can be sure that your share of the house will still go to the beneficiaries
- Whether you are a couple or on your own, the Home Protection Trust is a brilliant solution if you own your own home.