Long term care planning is a complex issue, as there are many things to consider.  For most of us, the main worry is how to fund the costs of such care.

We can help by talking you through the various financial considerations and outlining your best options, as you contemplate making care plans for yourself or a loved one in the longer term.

Each case varies in terms of complexity and work required, so please contact us directly for an estimate of our fees.

In addition, you may want to find out more about one of our complementary services.

Lasting Powers of Attorney

Living Wills/Advance Decisions

Will Writing

Services

Wills 

  

Should I set up a trust?

Should I set up a Trust?A Trust is a tool which is used to manage the administration or gifting of assets or money in a specific way. Trusts are a tax efficient way of managing gifts, so there is a wide range of Trusts to provide for a variety of estate planning...

Getting to grips with Estate Accounts

Getting to grips with Estate Accounts The person appointed to administer the estate when someone dies is either determined by their Will (in which Executors are appointed) or by next of kin.  There may be one or more persons involved in this process and they are known...

Are you on the Donor Register?

Pre-paid funeral plan provider, Rest Assured Funeral Plans, have partnered with the NHS in a pilot scheme to increase membership of the Organ Donor Register. It is hoped that people who are already having frank conversations about death will be open to discussing what should happen to their bodies when they die.

The Cost of Dying is increasing

When we die, we’re not there to foot the bill, so why should we worry? It can be tricky – or impossible – for loved ones to come up with a significant sum of money at the time of a death. Even more so if the event is unexpected. Prepaid funeral plans enable us to cover these costs in advance.