This is the main range of services available from BRMG Consulting Ltd.
These span different types of Wills through to the safekeeping of your documents. Whatever your requirements, you are in safe hands.
(ADVANCE DIRECTIVE WILLS)
LASTING POWERS OF ATTORNEY
Wills stating the wishes of an individual person
These Wills protect a property from the consequences of the Community Care Act 1990.
This type of Will expresses the wishes of a person who may be suffering from a severe medical condition.
This type of Will is designed to assist both the family and medical staff
Trusts we can help establish include:
Children's or Grandchildren's Trusts
Disabled Persons' Trusts
Advice can be given on establishing Lasting Powers of Attorney.
Who would manage your affairs if you became incapable due to a Stroke, Dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease?
Who would sign cheques or documents, or withdraw money from your accounts to pay the bills?
Unless you have a Lasting Power of Attorney in place, you may end up with your partner going to court for permission to handle your affairs. All of these problems can be resolved through putting a Power of Attorney in place. This allows for the appointment of someone to look after your Financial and/or personal affairs if you become incapacitated for any reason.
You may worry about how your loved ones are going to pay for your funeral when the time comes, particularly as costs are rising year on year.
But it’s a concern you don’t need to have, as you can pay for nearly all of the arrangements in advance - so that there will be no big financial burden for anyone in the future.
BEREAVEMENT ADMINISTRATION (PROBATE)
Dealing with the numerous matters involved with a person’s estate can be an extremely daunting task, especially for someone who has recently lost a loved one. BRMG clients find our services caring, professional and time efficient.
We correspond with the Courts, Banks and Inland Revenue to help administer the Probate process and gather together the information required to finalise a person’s estate. Our fees are also more competitive than those of most Solicitors.
A lost Will is the same as having no Will (or dying ‘Intestate’). We can provide a secure document storage vault to guard against loss or damage.
This means that if a copy of a valuable document is mislaid, you’ll know that the original is in safekeeping.
You will receive a Document I.D. Card and a free Will update every five years.
Advice on home ownership in terms of Joint Tenancy or Tenancy in Common.