Centurion Estate
Planning

What We Do In Life
Echoes In Eternity

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Helping you protect your legacy

If you are looking to update a current will or do not currently have one in place, you can be assured you are in safe hands with Centurion.

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Powers of attorney allow a family member or friend to make decisions in regards to your health and finances when your not able to.

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Trusts can be a wonderful way of protecting assets for generations of beneficiaries

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Funeral Planning
One of the most considerate decisions you could make for your family is setting up a funeral plan. All funeral plans come with guaranteed acceptance regardless of medical conditions.

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The worst choice you can make, is no choice at all

Why Choose Centurion

Welcome to Centurion Estate Planning. We make it our personal mission to ensure all of your affairs and finances are in order and your family have the peace of mind knowing that everything is taken care of when the time comes to deal with difficult situations. More than half of our population passes away without having put essential arrangements such as a Will in place. Even if you have made a Will in the past, it’s more than likely you need to bring those arrangements up to date.  Here at Centurion Estate Planning we can help you arrange everything you need to make it easy for your family both in life and when you pass. We can help you arrange Wills, Powers of Attorney, Funeral Plans and over 50s plans.  We are there to help you with all of this. After all, what we do now, echoes in eternity.

Frequently asked Questions

If you die without a will, it means you have died “intestate.” When this happens, the intestacy laws of the country in which you reside will determine how your property is distributed upon your death. This includes any bank accounts, shares, heritable property, such as your home, and other assets you own at the time of death

When you think of making arrangements around your estate, a Power of Attorney is often overlooked. But it is just as, if not even more, important as a Will. A Power of Attorney makes sure that you choose who can look after your affairs if you are not capable of doing so. Not having one in place can cause tremendous distress to the family as well as to yourself. For instance, it can be difficult to deal with the medical profession on your behalf if you are ill – and that applies even to your spouse or partner.

The last thing your loved ones want to think about when they are already dealing with a very difficult situation is your funeral arrangements. Arranging a funeral plan or taking out a plan to cover costs means that the financial and emotional burden can be taken from them. Its so easy to arrange and the benefits are great.

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