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Setting up a trust for your grandchild

When you enter retirement, it is likely that you will start to think about how you would like your assets to be used at the end of your life. It is very common for those planning their estate to decide that they would like a portion of their assets to go to their grandchildren. However, while they have all the best intentions for these assets to be inherited by their grandchildren, it is likely that they also have concerns about large sums of money being inherited by young people, and want to make sure that the assets will be used in a wise way.

Most common reasons why people plan their estate

We've all heard it before; estate planning is an important part of life. In fact, it is one of the most important things you will ever do. When you plan your estate, you are securing your future and the future of your dependents. You are ensuring that all of your assets and property go exactly where you want them to go at the time of your death. You are also protecting your own rights should you no longer be able to care for yourself mentally, physically and financially.

Becoming a legal guardian to an incapacitated person

When a person is disabled or has been diagnosed with an illness which means they will be eventually unable to make their own decisions, they often think about the need for a guardianship. A guardianship involves a person appointing another adult that can make legal and important decisions on their behalf when they are unable to.

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