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Paying for care

The good news is that most of us are living longer. The less welcome news is that these extra years can cost us more in terms of paying for care, potentially leaving our children with little or no inheritance. Even when leaving an inheritance isn’t the number one priority, protecting your independence, dignity and self-respect is surely high on the agenda.

No question, the rules around funding are complex when assessing how much an individual should be paying for care. Sympathetic, understanding, and experienced in elderly care law, our team of specialists can help you better understand the entire process.

We care about correct assessment

When requiring care, your local authority will assess your needs. If your capital amounts to more than £23,250, which includes the value of your home, you won’t be entitled to any financial assistance unless your health needs entitle you to continuing NHS healthcare funding. However it’s important to ensure you don’t overpay for care and unnecessarily compromise your family’s security, which is where our expertise can be applied.

Looking after your needs

If you’d like to talk about paying for care and the rules around funding, please get in touch. To begin, we’ll need details of your capital, income and personal liabilities.

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