King’s Lynn estate planning company offer free entry to Duxford Imperial War Museum during presentation day

Inheritance Legal Services which has a Lynn office. Pictured, from .  left,  Ryan Taylor, Mark Taylor, Lloyd Taylor   ANL-150501-135417009
Inheritance Legal Services which has a Lynn office. Pictured, from . left, Ryan Taylor, Mark Taylor, Lloyd Taylor ANL-150501-135417009
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On Monday, October 12, Inheritance Legal Services, which has an office in Lynn’s London Road, is inviting anyone who wants to learn more about planning their estate to one of two special presentations on site at the Duxford Imperial War museum, with free entry to the museum to explore as well.

Inheritance Legal Services will be offering important advice on will making, setting up Lasting Powers of Attorney and Family Trusts.

It has also invited K Mosby Financial Associates Ltd to provide further information on Pensions planning, Investment Planning and Inheritance Tax Planning.

After the short presentation people are given free entry to the museum.

The presentations take place at Duxford Imperial War Museum’s airspace conference suite at 10am and 11.30am.

Although booking is not essential it is recommended by calling our Cambridge office on 01223 795050

For anyone who has been thinking about making/changing their will, setting up a Lasting Power of Attorney or just want some solid, free advice about their situation, this is the perfect opportunity to find out more.

Mark Taylor managing director writes: “We are always looking for ways to make it is as simple and affordable as possible for people to manage their estate correctly, that’s why we have set up this exciting event. We want to encourage people to approach us and use our extensive knowledge to put everything into place exactly how they wish and with a full understanding of what they have done for ultimate peace of mind.

The event at Duxford is an opportunity for anyone to turn up, have a listen and then ask any questions they have to put their minds at rest. The presentations are short and are not aimed to ‘sell’ to people on the day, once people have the information they are free to leave or go and explore the amazing treasures of the Duxford Imperial War Museum.”