Secure Document Storage

Secure Document Storage

Once you have arranged and attested your Estate Planning Strategies, it is imperative that these documents remain in a safe and secure location. If your Last Will & Testament, your Powers of Attorney, your Trust or any other important documents cannot be located upon your death, it will be deemed that you died intestate and the wishes you clearly expressed within your Estate Planning Strategy may not be implemented in accordance with your wishes.

In your home there is a considerably high risk of accidental loss or damage, burglary or destruction by fire, flood or tampering as the years pass, this is why you have home and contents insurance. Therefore, we provide you with the opportunity to store your legal documents at our Secure Storage Facility in order to ensure that they remain undamaged and readily access able.

Upon the storage of your documents, you will be issued a Certificate of Custody confirming that your documents are now safely secured. You, your Executors, Attorneys, Trustees, Solicitors and any other person you have previously authorised will be able to request the release of your documents after your demise, providing their request in writing and your Death Certificate.

We offer varying types of flexible storage options for you to choose from and any amendments you wish to make to the documents held in storage with us are completely free of charge.

We provide professional and fully insured Document Storage tailored to store your Estate Planning Strategy documents at very reasonable prices. However, it is even more cost effective if you choose to purchase Document Storage as part of our Standard Death Planning Package, Total Lifetime Planning Packing or Inheritance Tax Planning Package.


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