You most likely went into business with the hope of one day being able to achieve a significant capital value to fund retirement. But what if you died before you had the chance to suitably build the business?
Just as a Personal Will documents your intended treatment of your personal estate when you pass away, a Corporate Will outlines the wishes of the business owners if one of the shareholders dies.
It is a legal document, written by Corporate Will Writers and ensures that if you died, your family is suitably protected. Often this will require the transfer of shares and any capital lump sums your family deserves for your hard efforts and sacrifice made to build the business.
We would typically arrange shareholder or partnership protection in conjunction, to ensure that a decent cash lump sum is there for your family and that the surviving shareholders or partners can quickly take over control of the business.
To learn more about how we can protect you and your family’s interests, in complete confidence and with no obligation, please call us on 0116 253 5600 or complete the enquiry form.
Will writing is not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.