When someone promises something that seems “too good to be true”, it usually is. In other words, being careful and prudent is always sound thinking when it comes to the planning and structure of your present and future financial affairs.
We are not financial planners and do not provide financial advice. Nor are we solicitors and attorneys and we do not provide legal advice. Instead, if we accept you as a client, we want to work with those professional financial planners, accountants and lawyers you trust, to help you structure the best plans for your estate and affairs.