If you haven’t planned for care, or if you can’t afford it from your income alone, there are a number of ways to cover the costs. Each comes with its own benefits, risks and limitations.
As if dealing with a relative's need for Long Term Care isn't difficult enough, sorting out paying for care can be even more daunting with many new terms to understand, such as; Care Fee Annuities, NHS Continuing Healthcare, Deferred Payments Schemes, Registered Nursing Care Contribution to name but a few. That's where receiving professional care fees advice from specialist care fee advisers becomes invaluable.
Advice on Care have helped many hundreds of clients to receive the most up to date and impartial care fees advice and in doing so, save them money, claim benefits they were not entitled to and obtain peace of mind that the quality of long term care they want for their parents or relatives can continue indefinitely.
YOUR PROPERTY MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE
Depending on the adviser you are referred to a fee may be charged for mortgage advice. The precise amount may depend on your circumstances or you may be charged a set fee.