Inheriting money at a young age can sometimes do more harm than good – would you really want the prospect of your children inheriting at the age of 18?
Many clients understandably prefer to appoint trustees to look after the inheritance until a child reaches 25, in the hope that they will have a greater degree of responsibility. Equally, some have good reasons to leave money in trust for a much longer period so that funds can be managed by trustees for a child’s benefit.
We can help you reach the right decisions and strike a practical balance.
If you do not want your children to inherit at 18 you will need to say so in your Will. Do not take chances with your children’s future – take legal advice and put your mind at rest.
We are experts in our field and deal with these types of questions on a daily basis. We understand the importance of a well planned Will to cover the worst case scenario and will help you come to the right decisions in a calm and sensitive way.