“No Nups” – Have you secured your assets? – Wealth Protection Service at Garner & Hancock LLP

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“No Nups” – Advice on Wealth Protection

The concept of No Nups has been around for many years.  We at Garner & Hancock have been advising our clients on this form of proactive protective measure for many years. The name stems from Pre and post nuptial agreements used in contemplation of marriage.  But now so many couples enter into financial arrangements without any formality.

The notion of pre planning financial arrangements is something which most people are well aware in the form of Wills. So,if death needs planning why can’t we make sensible arrangements upon cohabitation, co-ownership of property or even marriage?  Most of us cannot contemplate the notion of brining up this subject.  Failing to at least think about “the exit” plan costs couples dearly.

Wealth Protection Service at Garner & Hancock 

Whether you wish to protect your business, your buy to let properties or your home we have strategies and cost effective ways to this.

Trust Deeds

We will advise on how to set up Trust Deeds to protect your interest in homes from third party claims. This can also protect assets on death and give more certainly to you that your wealth will be protected from taxes and family squabbling.  We have an experienced Private Client Tax solicitor who can give specialist advice if needed. Click here for more information.

Declarations of Trust

When you buy a property we can advise you on how you can set up trusts to help ring fence your interest.

Post nuptial and pre nuptial agreements.

Our expertise is protecting wealth not only extends to relationship breakdowns but also pre marital assets. Click here for more information.

Separation Agreements

Thought needs to go into financial arrangements prior to any formal separation, Such agreements can assist greatly to take the sting out any future divorce. Click here for more information.

Cohabitation Agreements.

These are getting very popular and as couples who are not married do not feel fully protected these agreements are a useful re-balance to statutory protected marital rights. Click here for more information. Click here for more information.

Tax Planning

Mr Hancock is a member of STEPS and is an expert on Tax Planning for Trusts and Inheritance.

 

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Mr Vinay Tanna and Mrs Brenda Zoller and Mr Richard Hancock,

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