Estate Planning Altrincham

If you have been thinking about your finances recently then hopefully you have also been thinking about what will happen to your estate when you’re gone – understandably, this most likely isn’t something that you’ll actually want to think about, but many people overlook it, and it can cause a lot of difficulty in the long-term.

Altrincham Estate Planning Solutions

If you have amassed a sizeable amount of assets over the duration of your lifetime then you most likely want to pass them down to your closest family members – and in order to do that properly, you need to go through a legitimate estate planning process. An Altrincham IFA and Altrincham estate planning adviser can help you with this whole process and ensure that estate planning is the right process for you.

Have you ever wondered what will happen to your assets when you are gone? Well, if you do not go through with estate planning then your assets will most likely go to the government by default (intestacy) – and who would want that after working hard for what they currently own? By going through the estate planning process, you can ensure that your closest friends and family members are going to get the gifts that you left them exactly.

Estate planning is often confused to be quite a basic procedure, but it’s anything but that; you can nominate some of your most trusted family members to execute out your will when you’re gone – in addition to this, you can also appoint guardians for young children, if you’re leaving any assets to anyone who is under the age of 18 years old.

As you can see, estate planning is not just a financial product that everyone should take advantage of, it is also a financial product that has a lot to offer and is severely underestimated in its power.

Why Choose us


Investment portfolio review


Cash flow modelling


Fully Independent


FCA regulated


Financial planning


Estate planning qualified


Pension transfer specialists


Occupational pension specialists


All types of mortgages


Care fee planning


Low cost fees


Corporate planning


Wealth management


Retirement planning


Inheritance tax mitigation