We can draft the right Will for you, help safeguard your family’s financial circumstances for the future, and can often help save our clients a considerable sum of money in Inheritance Tax and legal fees. We can also act as Executor of your Estate.
We have earned a reputation for exceptional pastoral care, and our highly personalised services include providing advice and help for people during their lifetime with regards to arrangements such as convalescence accommodation and residential care.
Granting a Lasting Power of Attorney for both property and financial affairs, and health and welfare can lift a huge weight off your shoulders. KKL will help you prevent the stress and worry that accompanies ill-health and diminishing capabilities.
Why Choose KKL
- We are the Jewish Community’s first and favourite Wills and Estate Planning Organisation
- Our highly qualified team will ensure your Will is legally watertight and can act as Executor in the administration of your Estate
- We can help reduce your Inheritance Tax liability
- Peace of mind in knowing that your needs are being looked after by our caring and professional team
- Our expert advice is free of charge (terms and conditions apply) when you leave a legacy to our parent charity JNF Charitable Trust
JNF Charitable Trust is running its annual Senior Legacy Mission to Israel in October 2017. The mission includes a unique opportunity to actively engage with the people and projects which JNF UK supports as well as exploring the country’s hidden gems and its best known features. Accompanied by an experienced guide, together with friendly and well-informed staff, the tour will travel the length and breadth of Israel in comfort and in style.
ISRAELI DIPLOMAT PRAISES JNF DONORS’ VISION
Director of Diplomacy at the Israeli Embassy, Rony Yedidia-Klein, has praised the vision and support of JNF donors in the face of adversity. Speaking at an exclusive pre-Chanukah gathering for some of the charity’s legacy clients and stalwart supporters, she drew attention to the importance of fostering bilateral links between the UK and Israel, as well as encouraging support for Israel on university campuses and with Christian friends groups across the UK. She congratulated those JNF supporters who intend to leave legacies to Israel in their wills for their important contribution.
Attendees also hear about JNF UK’s continuing dedication to the developing the Negev region of Israel, in order to help its poorer communities and allow a new generation of Israelis to thrive in newly redeveloped towns and cities.
The gathering was one of a number of events that the charity provides for its legacy clients.
Carolyn Addleman, Director of Legacies, said “Israel’s most important resource is its people. That’s why JNF UK supports projects from childhood centres through to services for Holocaust survivors, as well as a range of projects in towns experiencing social and economic hardship. It’s thanks to the support of the JNF’s legacy donors that we can ensure the best future for Israel, enabling the older generation to underpin the future success of the Jewish people.”