Planning for your or a loved one’s later years or end of life care is a sensitive and emotional process.
There may be concerns regarding the financial implications of not being able to work or paying for care / nursing home fees.
You will undoubtedly want to ensure that you lighten the load on your family and friends and that your estate (whether it be money, assets or possessions) are distributed according to your wishes.
Increasingly, we are also being asked by our clients to advise on advanced medical directives or living wills, provide fairly for children of second marriages and advise on estate planning to protect assets and save tax.
It may be that you are providing care for someone with disabilities or illness and need to take advice on their behalf about their options. When a loved one passes, our specialist executry administration team of solicitors and paralegals work tirelessly to deal sympathetically and efficiently with those left behind in the often complex process of winding up the estate.
At Aberdein Considine, we have local experts across our national network of offices – stretching across Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Perth and Stirling– who will provide all the legal and financial guidance you need, no matter what the circumstance.
Going through a separation, especially when children are involved is one of the most difficult times in anyone life. If I did not have the support and legal advice from Aberdein Considine, I know I would have not coped as well with the situation.
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