Month: March 2020

Five tips for End-of-Life Planning

End-of-Life planning is more than writing a Will. It is about making your final wishes clear and protecting your loved ones long after you’ve gone – perhaps for generations to come. It can include anything from deciding how your belongings will be shared, to making...

Guidance for NHS and key workers

NHS workers treating patients on the coronavirus frontline are believed to be putting their own health at risk. Health workers could face more risk because they may be exposed to higher doses of the virus. And an intensive care nurse has said she was told to prepare...

Close your office during coronavirus – but not your business.

Business owners and their team often put years of hard work into creating a viable firm. They may prepare for many eventualities - but the coronavirus crisis is undoubtedly unprecedented. The government has advised us to work from home where possible and practice...

COVID-19 Response

Are you open? Naturally we are following all advice set out by the government, and the safety and well-being of our staff is our priority. Our team are remotely working, and are looking forward to speaking to you. Our phone number remains the same, and as our process...

5 ways to stay financially calm in a crisis

It would not be an understatement to say we are living in unprecedented times. The coronavirus is impacting on our current way of life – from our potential health to our finances. There is a lot of conflicting advice out there and many, of course, have turned to...

Trio create firm to protect our loved ones after we are gone

Three businessmen who met while playing table football competitively have set up a firm to help protect our loved ones after we are gone. Richard Thomson, Ben Mason and Tom King have combined their skills to create end-of-life planning firm kinherit – to  ensure final...