With an accumulation of income and assets over the years, and generally decreasing outgoing expenditure, Grandparents can often find themselves in a privileged position where they can afford to provide some financial support to the lower branches of their family tree.
It has been widely reported that there has been a huge rise in the demand for Wills and Powers of Attorney since the beginning of lockdown. The Law Society of Scotland was quick to introduce protocols which allowed solicitors to take instructions and witness the signing of documents by video-conference. This has allowed us to continue to assist those who need our help to protect themselves, their assets and their families throughout the Covid-19 crisis.
In May 2020, BTO launched an exciting and innovative online product – BTOyouSTART - for both Family Law and Wills and Estates clients. Read on to find out how this product may be beneficial for you and your family.
This week, BTO had planned to host another of our successful “Where there’s a Will, there’s a Way” seminars. At BTO, we understand that dying, death and bereavement can often be a difficult conversation to have, even with those to whom we are closest.