Think that estate planning is about what happens to your money after you die? You’re right… and wrong! It’s really more about you gaining control over your assets in the present, future and after your passing on. One of the most basic and simple way is through writing a will. But if you have more complex concerns, a trust will also come in handy.
Common Questions asked about Estate Planning
- Do I have to be rich to write a WILL?
- Can I do it myself?
- How do I make sure that my wishes are honoured?
- What if I have dependents that are minors, or have special needs?
- TRUST PLANNING: Why do I need it and how to go about it?
Many are confused about the definition of estate. Simply put, your estate consists of everything you own when you die, including both tangible and intangible personal possessions and property. That’s why estate planning is a must – you need to decide what is going to happen to your hard-earned assets when you are gone. A thorough plan ensures that your assets are distributed according to your wishes and to the people that matter the most to you.
If you think that trusts are very complex and solely for the super-wealthy; allow us to debunk this myth! Using a trust as part of your estate plan can offer advantages such as reducing certain tax liabilities, allowing you control over when your assets are distributed and to whom.
Join us at this informative session and find out more as Principal Consultant Mr Stephen Chew guides you through the details of estate planning. Register now!
Register for this informative session happening on:
How WILL You Be Remembered Seminar
Date: 25 July 2017, Tuesday
Time: 6.30pm – 9pm
Light refreshments will be provided.
*Admission is complimentary. Entry is by invitation only.
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*Please note that your seat to the Will Writing seminar is only reserved when our consultants have managed to contact you with a confirmation note.
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