wills and discretionary trusts information talk

On 27 April 2018 at 3.30pm we will be holding an information session specifically for parents/guardians of current and past students on the importance of making a will with a special focus on discretionary trusts.

A will is an important document that every parent should think about. Having a will can also relieve any pressures placed on your loved ones, as they will know what your last wishes are.

We of course don't have to tell you that there is a lot to consider when caring for a young person with a disability and that this doesn't change as they get older.

A discretionary trust is a legal arrangement which allows you to distribute what you own for the benefit of friends and family. When set up as part of a will, it can be a useful way to pass on money and property, especially if you have family members with additional needs. It can also provide peace of mind knowing that those close to you will be looked after once you have gone.

The talk will be run the Orpheus Centre's legacy fundraiser, alongside a local solicitor who will be able to offer you information and advice about wills and trusts and answer any questions you may have.

This session will end with refreshments, giving you the chance to talk to other parents. 

If you are a parent/guardian of a current or past student, and if this is something that you would be interested in then please register for your free ticket here.

Please be sure to arrive 15 minutes before the start as the talk will start promptly at 3.30pm. 

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Parent/Guardian ticket - FREE

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