Solicitors to host free legal seminar in Welwyn Garden City
PUBLISHED: 13:09 07 September 2017 | UPDATED: 13:09 07 September 2017
A group of solicitors are hosting a free legal talk in Welwyn Garden City to offer insights into the best ways to manage inheritance tax, will planning, protecting assets against care fees and general care issues.
A free legal seminar called ‘Living for Today and Planning for Tomorrow’ will take place on September 14, at the Focolare Centre for Unity, in Parkway, Welwyn Garden City, from 6pm.
Hosted by HRJ Foreman Laws Solicitors, it will offer insights into the best ways to manage inheritance tax, will planning, protecting assets against care fees and general care issues including the importance of Powers of Attorney.
The firm will also discuss the steps which can be taken to protect your estate against matrimonial proceedings.
The information will be of interest to individuals with family and loved ones that want to understand how to best protect their assets for themselves and also for future generations.
It will also offer tips for those who are already addressing care fees, or who have loved ones with carers at home, or living in a residential care home.
Rob France, director and solicitor, Wills, Trusts and Probate at HRJ Foreman Laws, said: “Recent reports show that the amount of inheritance tax collected by HM Revenue & Customs is at its highest level since 1986.
“It reached £4.84bn which is four per cent higher than the previous year.
“Planning for our death is a topic that most of us prefer not to focus on. However the best plans start by thinking about what you need today and considering the best ways that you and your family can benefit from your assets during your lifetime.
“There are also actions you can take today that could save your families significant rewards in the future, and ensure your wishes are carried out.
“Our seminar will demystify the planning processes and offer insights into the steps you can take to protect your assets today and into the future.”
For more information and to reserve a place email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01707 448253 or 01707 887700.
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