Plan for your succession – Heald Law
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Why should you plan for winter when it is still spring? 

 

Contrary to belief, succession planning is more than choosing who will run your company after your death.

The absence of or bad succession planning could lead to unexpected liabilities or other risks such as the business going to the wrong person or even being stuck with a business that you can’t get rid of when you were planning to retire. 

We have been working with many business owners to ensure their business and estate are looked after in the event of their death, or retirement.

The event will be hosted by David Dees, partner and head of our commercial department and Abbie Howson, partner and head of Wills and Probate 

 

Act now! Time is of the essence 

Glen Marshall

Excellent seminar.  BPR was very good 

Gavin Ross

Thursday 16th May 12pm-2pm 

If you are asking questions such as the following, this is a must for 2019.  

  • What happens to my business when I die? 

  • How do I start planning for my succession? 

  • My children are not interested in taking the reigns, now what? 

  • Only one of my children want to continue the family business, how can I make it fair for my other children? 

  • What are the tax implications?

  • What relief am I entitled to?

  • How can I use shares to create balance 

  • How can I value shares?

  • What happens if ….. 

  • Can I break my business into assets? 

We will cover this and more during our 2-hour seminar on May 16th 12-2pm 

The seminar will be held at our offices in Milton Keynes and we will be providing some light refreshments. 

 

One Time Offer 

As a thank you for taking the time to attend our seminar we are offering a one time offer for all attendees. 

Benefit from both David and Abbies experience in a 1-hour meeting for half price.  

Tickets are strictly limited