Bloodline Planning & Estate Planning
Traditionally, high net worth individuals have been most concerned about what happens to their wealth and assets when they die. In modern Ireland, bloodline planning should be a concern for all individuals.
This is particularly true in the case of married couples and divorced individuals. If you’re recently divorced, it’s essential to get an updated will in place to ensure your home, money and possessions end up in the right hands when you pass away.
If a will or trust is not in place at death, then the wishes of the deceased are left to others to decide, and this can be upsetting and costly on those left to sort out the estate.
For many people, they assume that if they leave everything to their spouse, their inheritance will eventually pass on to their children. This doesn’t take into consideration the possibility their spouse will re-marry or choose other recipients to receive the combined inheritance in their will.
Bloodline planning ensures that your assets reach your children, grandchildren, and other relatives intact, regardless of marital situations or divorce.
Our specialist financial consultants aim to provide you with good, honest and ethical advice, to ensure your inheritance ends up with the right people.
Bloodline PLanning | Quantum Life
Bloodline planning ensures that your assets reach your children & grandchildren intact, regardless of marital situations or divorce. Our independent financial consultants provide you with honest & ethical advice, to ensure your inheritance ends up with the right people.