Wills for the families of vulnerable people
We all worry about making provision for those we love, even more so if there is a member of the family who is more dependent that most.
By taking specialist advice you can ensure that the people you want to benefit do not have to worry about having a Court appointed Deputy, or making a Lasting Power of Attorney to manage the assets you want to provide for their benefit. Including appropriate trust provisions in your Will can help prevent the assets being used to provide care that would otherwise be provided by the State, allowing them to be used to enhance the life of your chosen beneficiary.
You’ll find more information in our Wills for the Families of Vulnerable People guide.
For more information on wills for the families of vulnerable people and to start a conversation on how we can help please contact Glen Miles, Head of Vulnerable People (Partner, Private Client).