that you can avoid the Probate procedure altogether with a Family Protection Trust?

Yes it’s true; if you have a Family Protection Trust with most of your assets in the Trust then you can avoid the cost and the delay of the probate procedure. 

 

One of the great advantages of a McClure Family Protection Trust is that it can avoid the probate procedure altogether. 

 

This is especially important with the new substantially increased outlays for probate.  So even if you do it yourself there will be a substantial probate cost.

 

However if the bulk of your assets are in a Trust then there is no probate to do. 

 

This means that we at McClure can distribute the estate without delay and without cost.

 

Also if protecting your assets in a Trust was done for the purpose of avoiding probate rather than avoiding care costs then it should also work for care costs.

 

Just contact us on 0800 852 1999 or email contactus@mcclure-solicitors.co.uk to arrange a chat with one of our Estate Planning Consultants. 

 

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