When they get older logo

Search results

How to contest a will and why

... How to contest a will and why Probate, Assets, Inheritance Tax, property, will There are all sorts of reasons why people might be unhappy about the contents of a will, from concern about undue influence to surprise at who's received what. For anyone ...

Wills and Probate – why are they so important?

... Wills and Probate – why are they so important? probate, funeral, assets, inheritance tax, will When it comes to preparing a Will or organising probate a lot of us don't know much about what's involved. We asked Arrangingafuneral.co.uk, a comprehensive funeral guide ...

What happens if a relative dies intestate?

... What happens if a relative dies intestate? PROBATE, WILL, ASSETS, EXECUTOR The death of a relative is always a difficult emotional time for the surviving family members and friends, but if the deceased died without having made a valid Last Will and Testament, ...

How can family trusts help to protect assets? (Part 1)

... How can family trusts help to protect assets? (Part 1) inheritance tax, assets, property, will, trusts, When it comes to organising finances, whether for yourself or a parent, the idea of trusts can be both confusing and daunting. ...

How to find the right life insurance for your parent

... a need for a new life insurance plan. If they do require additional protection, it is important to think about what the cover will be used for, how much life cover they think they will need and of course, how much they can afford on an ...

How will the 2014 Budget affect our parents?

... How will the 2014 Budget affect our parents? money, annuity, pension, finance, While many of us try to follow the goings-on of government to little or no avail now may be a good time to take note of the budget changes announced by George ...

What will care really cost?

... What will care really cost? dilnot report, social care, jeremy hunt, care fees, care cap Please note when reading the article below that the Government had planned to introduce a cap on care costs. It was suggested that there would be a cap ...

Myths about Lasting Powers of Attorney

... Attorney power of attorney, finances, welfare, property Setting up Lasting Powers of Attorney is in our view as important as making a Will. It enables trusted family or friends to step in if a person is not able to manage their affairs for some reason. ...

What to expect from live-in care for your parent

... sure that your parent is happy and safe. The actual care given and level of care is as individual as your parent. How will my parent's needs be met? First and foremost are your parent's needs. Your chosen care agency will get to know your parent ...

Will the "Friends and Family Test" make a difference to hospital care?

... Will the "Friends and Family Test" make a difference to hospital care? patient care, eldercare, nhs, jeremy hunt, communication Patients now have the opportunity to rate their hospital experience. Kathy explains how the survey works and wonders if it will give ...