We take great pleasure in providing practical advice to people who have worked hard all their life and wish to preserve their wealth, whether to enjoy in their later years or to pass down to future generations.
Helping every sector of society plan for their future
At Nalders Solicitors, we have a team of solicitors who have spent many years advising clients on how to ensure their wealth and assets are protected. This type of law can be complex; however, we have a strong reputation for providing practical advice and communicating in a relaxed manner free from legal jargon.
We can provide guidance on:
- Setting up and/or managing a trust
- Inheritance tax planning
- Lasting Power of Attorney
Our clients come from all sectors of the community and include farming families, large landowners and property investors, business owners and those who simply want to make sure what they have worked for is passed down to their children.
Our expert team can also talk to you about managing your affairs to limit the amount you or your family may have to pay in care home fees.
Nalders Solicitors has been advising clients in the West Country for generations. Because we have provided legal advice in the area for so long, we have formed strategic partnerships with accountants, financial advisors and wealth managers. By working with them, we can help protect you and your family’s best interests for the long-term.
We look forward to working with you to devise a strategy that will protect your wealth and the future interests of your decedents.
To find out more about how we can advise you on lifetime planning, please fill in our contact form, or visit our Contact Page to find the Nalders office which is most convenient to you.
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