Please Note, we have now moved offices to: 25A Northumberland Avenue, Charing Cross, London, WC2N 5AP
COVID-19 How we are dealing with the situation
In line with our commitment to the wellbeing of our clients and the team, the Buckingham Gate office is now closed until further notice with all staff working remotely very effectively. All of our IT systems and business processes are operating as normal.
To our wonderful clients - We would like to ensure you that we are doing everything we can to maintain our usual service to you and during this time we will be doing all in our power to support, reassure and advise you and your families. We would encourage you to contact us as usual with anything that you need help with.
We welcome new enquiries – During these unusual times, many people are taking the opportunity to review and organise their finances and estate planning. Therefore, to support you in the best way possible, we will be hosting a Webinar Programme for which you can find details on our Seminar page. We are also delighted to announce that we are now able to take instructions for new wills and estate planning solutions digitally, removing any need for face-to-face meetings during this period of social distancing. Please feel welcome to contact us with any questions you might have, by calling 020 3478 2160 or by emailing [email protected]
The introduction of the new Residential Nil Rate Band is unlikely to effect people in this bracket, so long as the estate is forecast to remain below these limits (which have now been frozen again until at least 2021) for the foreseeable future.
For those who are expecting their estate to increase over and above these limits, additional planning may be required. We would suggest that you attend one of our free estate planning seminars to learn more about the Residential Nil Rate Band and how to avoid some common mistakes.
As a matter of course, it is good practice to review your will every 5 years or so to ensure that it fully reflects your wishes and remains up to date with current legislation.
People in this category may still wish to consider the use of trusts to protect their family assets, despite the absence of large tax advantages.
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