LSJ Nurture

Expert Estate Planning Services Tailored to Your Needs

We will assist you in creating a legally sound and personalised Will that reflects your desires and safeguards your loved ones' financial well-being.

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Wills

Protecting Your Legacy

A Will is a document that allows you to pass on your assets to others, giving you control over what happens to your money, possessions, property and the care of your children after you die.

Often people do not plan effectively for the future and assume their Estate will automatically pass to their next of kin. This is not always the case. If you die without having made a Will, the rules of intestacy apply. 

At present, the intestacy rules do not recognise cohabitees, who are unmarried or in a civil partnership. Therefore, if you live with your partner and die without having made a Will, your partner will not automatically inherit any of your estate.

If you wish to avoid any complications and make sure the people you leave behind are protected, you need to make a Will.

Explore the benefits of trusts to protect your assets, minimise inheritance tax, and provide for specific needs, all while maintaining control and flexibility over your wealth.

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Trusts

Secure Your Assets

A Trust is an arrangement in your will which places your assets in the control of named people called trustees, this is done to protect them for your intended beneficiaries.

The most common concerns are Second Marriage Syndrome and potential future care costs.

Each partner of a couple may have different beneficiaries or have children from a previous relationship and want to ensure they inherit after their death. After one partner dies, the survivor may go on to form a new relationship, and even re-marry. This would either revoke the surviving partners existing Will, or they could make a new one. This could result in any children from the first relationship being disinherited.

After one person dies, the surviving partner may need residential care in the future. This could result in the whole property being used to pay for this. For many people, their home is their main asset and they want this to be protected, so they can pass it to their intended loved ones. 

You can set up a Trust within your Will to protect your property and other assets for the right people

Prepare for unforeseen circumstances by appointing a trusted individual to make critical decisions on your behalf, safeguarding your interests in times of need.

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Lasting Power of Attorney

Empowering Your Decisions

What would happen if you or a loved one became mentally or physically incapable of making your own decisions?


It is a common misconception that your next of kin automatically have the authority over your Finances and Welfare if you lose capacity, however, this isn’t the case. Without a Lasting Power of Attorney in place, the Local Authority (Council) has responsibility over these decisions.


Your family can apply to the Court of Protection to put into place a Deputyship Order, however, this is a long and expensive process and can be avoided.


There are two Powers of Attorney. One for Health and Welfare and one for Property and Finance. The two separate powers are reflected on two separate legal documents, meaning you can choose separate Attorneys for each if you wish.

It is extremely important to make sure yourself and your loved ones are protected by having Lasting Power of Attorney’s in place. 

Ensure the well-being of your dependents by establishing guardianship arrangements, guaranteeing they receive the care and support they require, even in your absence.

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Guardianship

Caring for Your Loved Ones

Many people believe that when they pass away, their children will automatically be placed into the care of family or close friends. This is not the case.


Without appointing guardians within your Will, your children could end up in care until the Court appoints official Guardians to look after them. Even then, it may not be the people you would have wanted them to be placed with.

If you have children under 18 years old, it is extremely important to make a Will and appoint guardians for them.

Navigating the complexities of estate administration is crucial to honouring your loved one's wishes. Our probate services ensure a smooth and efficient process, easing the burden during difficult times.

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Probate

Administering Estates

Probate is the legal right to deal with someone's property, money and possessions (their 'Estate') when they die. You should not make any financial plans or put any property on the market until you've obtained probate.

Usually, there can be up to around £15,000 in the bank before Probate is needed, but this isn't always the case. All banks and building societies have different thresholds for releasing funds without a Grant of Probate.

Having a valid Will in place is beneficial and makes the process much easier.

Probate is a time-consuming process that can be extremely expensive and complex. We can assist with obtaining Grant of Probate as well as offering a full administration service, taking over the whole process for you.

LSJ Nurture

Protecting Your Legacy, Securing Your Future

Pricing Plans

Wills

Our basic Will starts from £205


Trusts

Trust Wills from £515


Lasting Power of Attorney

Lasting Power of Attorney start from £360


Probate

Probate Services from 0.5% of Estate value

Check out what some of our clients say

Lisa was extremely polite and helpful. I had been putting off doing my will for years as I thought it would be stressful, however she made the whole process easy and uncomplicated. I would highly recommend LSJ Nurture. I can’t thank you enough for all your hard work.

Kirsty Smith 

Bilsthorpe

Lisa was friendly and efficient and dealt with our enquiry quickly. Her communication with us was brilliant, she updated us regularly so we knew exactly what was going on. Lisa has a professional, but caring manner, she is trustworthy and puts you at ease. I would highly recommend her. 

Beth

We were recommended LSJ Nurture and were so pleased we used them for our Wills and Power of Attorneys. Lisa was very friendly and helpful. She was very thorough and explained things in a way that we understood. We knew we were in confident hands and from the start of the process to the end, everything went smoothly and without any problems.


If we did need to ask any questions or have any queries, Lisa was always contactable and would respond quickly.


We would definitely recommend LSJ Nurture to anyone thinking of doing their Estate Planning.

Lee and Karen Channing

Lisa has done a great job arranging my will and lasting power of attorney. A very friendly, efficient and professional service.

Jonathan Walton