The Free Guide to put your affairs in order
In Pay Zero Care Fees, you will discover how to get your affairs in order fast, protect your assets from the Government, enable people of your choice to make decisions on your behalf should you ever lose capacity, save yourself and your family tens and potentially even hundreds of thousands of pounds.
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What is the Guide about?
If your assets (including your home) come to more than £23,250, you will be forced to sell your home to pay for your care, whether that’s because of old age, an accident or mental illness.
Unless you are fortunate enough to have been awarded continuous healthcare which can be very difficult to achieve, our Free Guide can help you and advise you on many areas including:
- Protect your Assets, Home and Savings
- Setting up a Trust
- The Importance of a Lasting Power of Attorney
- How to complete Probate for Free
- The Importance of making a Will
- and much more advice
At the moment, residential care costs an average of £850 a week which equates to an annual payment of £44,200; please note that this figure very much depends on which part of the country you live in. Depending on the level of care required, particularly for Dementia and Alzheimer’s patients, these costs can be much higher.
- Latest figures reveal that over 30,000 homes a year in England and Wales are being taken from their owners by local authorities in order to help pay for long term care fees.
About the Author
By Nigel Johnson | Estate Planning Consultant and Proprietor of NJ Legal Services
Nigel Johnson is an Estate Practitioner qualified originally with the IPW (Institute of Professional Will Writers) and then with STEP (Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners) by attaining the modern and highly sought-after Advanced Certificate in Will Preparation and Drafting.
Previous experience includes: financial advisor in Banking, also attaining AIB qualification. Insurance with Norwich Union specialising in private healthcare and for a six-year period working with Heritage Legal and Financial based in the East of England before working in his own practice; NJ Legal Services.
Please be aware that this guide is for use in England and Wales.