valydiarosada wrote: »
Thank you. A quick supplementary, if anyone can help. Where the shares are in companies that use the same registrars, e.g. Equiniti, could I get away with sending one letter and one certificate covering all the shareholdings? Or are the registrars likely to demand an original certificate for each company's records?
Thank you for your help.
jolizzie wrote: »
Any help advice in putting my impeding house purchase in the names of my 2 children?
I totally trust them and don't want to see my money going to pay for any care I may need.
Is there any tax extras for them
Do I need to live for 7 years
VfM4meplse wrote: »
Reading through this thread has left me absolutely drained. Coping with the emotional aspects of death are bad enough, I couldn't bear to leave my executor / beneficiary with a financial headache to boot. My will is going to be more complicated than I had originally thought so I need to make sure everything is covered
Just to check: can life interest gifts be made to any beneficiary? All the examples I have seen relate to spouses / tenants in common.
securityguy wrote: »
"You really must get paid for professional advice on this sort of thing"
Indeed. And advice from someone disinterested who is not trying to sell you a scheme.
This first-time buyer wants your thoughts
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