February 15th, 2013
Caring for Mum and Dad – Comfortably and cost-effectively… For life.
We are pleased to offer you the opportunity to attend a complimentary seminar on 19th March 2013 which will explore how Long-Term Care Planning for aging relatives may help your family.
There are currently 10.3 million people aged over 65 in the UK … Considerable advances in medical science and healthcare mean that life expectancy for men and women will continue to rise. Keeping our aging loved ones with us for longer is such a life-enhancer, but what if a parent or other relative becomes physically or mentally incapacitated? What if they need some form of assistance to achieve a quality of life, potentially for the rest of their life? For a family member, full-time, long-term care can often be the only option.
Planning care, considering the cost… Our complimentary seminar, led by our specialist Wills Trust and Probate Team, approaches issues such as the financial consequences of long-term care, possible planning methods, the types of trust available and comparing the merits of lifetime planning versus wills. Independent Financial Adviser and guest speaker Tim English will be on hand to discuss the financial aspects of planning for long-term care.
Plan the support, lessen the stress… We’ll also discuss the specialist areas of Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney and Mental Capacity issues, to help you to understand how being ready in advance can lessen the stress, when the need to take financial and daily responsibility for your relative suddenly arises.
Time and Venue
Thursday 21st March 2013
19:00 Seminar starts
20:00 Question & Answer Session
20:30 Conclusion of events
The Robbins Building,
25 Albert Street,
If you would like to reserve a place for yourself, a family member or friend, please click ‘Register’ below.
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For more information, please contact Matthew Mitchell on 01788 532901 or email at email@example.com.