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Estate Planning To Protect Your Assets

When you have worked hard throughout your life to acquire wealth and assets it is important to plan how to preserve and use those assets as you grow older and wish to pass them on to your family.

At Purdie Maclean we can help protect your assets from threats such as:-

  • Care fees
  • Inheritance Tax
  • Business Failure
  • Divorce and Separation

Purdie Maclean can offer straightforward practical advice to suit your personal circumstances

Protecting The Family Home Against Care Costs

With more people living longer, you or a family member may need care at home or residential or nursing care. A frequent worry is having to sell your home to pay for care fees.  With careful forward planning Purdie Maclean can ensure you pass on as much of your estate as possible to your family.

Trust Or Trust Funds

Get In Touch For A Free Initial Discussion About Setting Up A Trust Or Trust Fund

Trusts are a great means of protecting your assets for you and the next generations of your family.

Setting up a Trust allows you to transfer assets to Trustees who must use these assets for a particular purpose or purposes to benefit an individual or group of individuals known as the beneficiaries.

You determine which people benefit and for what purpose the assets can be used.

Purdie Maclean can advise on which type of Trust is suitable for you whether the reason you want to set up the Trust is to protect against care costs, tax, business problems or divorce.

Purdie Maclean can also help with the day to day running and administration of the Trust.


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27 August

Are you about to lease new business premises?

FIXED FEE LEASE SERVICE We understand that taking on a lease of business premises is a very important step. If you are starting up from scratch or moving business premises you will have many practical matters to deal with as well as dealing with your business. Having agreed basic terms with your Landlord (or often…

30 July

Should You Move House on a Friday?

More people move house on a Friday than any other day of the week. This is generally due to the fact that it gives buyers the weekend for unpacking and settling in to their new home without the added stress of work. If you are in a chain there is little you can do to…

26 July

Why do Scottish Conveyancing Solicitors still use cheques to buy houses?

This was a question put to us by clients recently as we were just about to complete on their purchase. Given the ability to quickly transfer money between bank accounts it would be reasonable to assume that your solicitor would adopt that method of payment to swiftly conclude your transaction. However, we still largely use…