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Care Fees Planning

Working out how much you or a relative might have to pay if someone needs to go into care can be daunting. The care system is complex and varies according to where you live in the UK.

 

Whether you qualify for social care, medical care or are a self-funder we can help you to achieve the best outcome for you or your loved ones. Without the appropriate advice we often see lifetime savings decimated by care fees and it just does not have to be that way. 


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Book a Care Consultation

Our care consultation is often all that's required to point you in the right direction. If you've got questions or are uncertain about the right course of action then submit the form to find out what's next and we will get in touch with you.

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Care Consultation

This is where we would speak over the phone or by videocall with you and/or your representatives, to ask specific questions regarding the situation and to offer advice regarding the care situation, should you wish to undertake the tasks yourselves.


The care consultation takes around an hour. By the end of it you and your advocates will know the steps that are required and how the situation can be improved.  If after our consultation you would like us to help further then we can support you every step of the way.

Commonly covered questions

  • How has Covid-19 impacted the funding options?
  • Do I need to sell my property to pay my care home fees?
  • What is included in the financial assessment?
  • What is NHS Continuing Healthcare, and will I qualify?
  • Will my property be disregarded?
  • What is a deferred payment agreement? 
  • Who can have a deferred payment arrangement?
  • How does equity release fit in?
  • What happens if you jointly own a property?
  • Giving away your property and assets: what is deprivation of capital?