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STEP launches its new website

Sarah Nash, Head of Astle Paterson’s Private Client team and accredited STEP member discusses the launch of STEP’s new website for professionals and the general public.

Sarah said “STEP, The Society for Trust and Estate Practitioners, have recently launched a new website for professionals and the public which should assist the public in choosing a professional to assist them in inheritance matters.

STEP is an internationally recognised organisation, and its members are accredited with being experts in the area of Wills and Inheritance planning, and provide specialist advice in inheritance matters.”

To access the new STEP website please click here.

Astle Paterson’s Sarah Nash is an accredited STEP member, and as such can provide specialised advice and assistance in all aspects of planning for your financial future, whether you are seeking a simple Will leaving your assets your children, require a Trust to provide for minors of the family or wish to plan your estate in the most tax efficient way possible.

Should you be considering making a Will or setting up a Trust to pass on your assets please contact Sarah on 01283 531366 or by email to snash@astlepaterson.co.uk to discuss your requirements and to receive the very best legal advice from an Estate Planning specialist.  

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