What is Prepare for Care?
Care fees are an important part of planning for the future and Rotheras can help with our Prepare for Care reports.
Prepare for Care is a tailored report provided exclusively by Rotheras’ private client team which plans and puts arrangements in place for clients entering or considering care.
The UK has an aging population, with over 12 million people living in the UK aged 65 or above and those aged 85+ set to double to 3.2 million by 2041. Consequently the number of those with degenerative diseases such as dementia and requiring extra care is ever-increasing.
If you are going into care or think you may need to consider care in the future, then understandably you may be worried about how you will fund care home fees and what will happen to your home if you go into care, or how these decisions will be made if you lose mental capacity in the future.
At Rotheras our private client team can offer a specialist tailored package called Prepare for Care, to help you put arrangements in place now about how to pay for residential care and what you can do to protect your home from care home fees.
Our solicitors will discuss your circumstances in detail with you in order to put together a report tailored to your needs and the steps you can take now to prepare. We can also refer you to our network of independent financial advisors to give you specialist financial advice.
Our Prepare for Care report will provide useful and detailed information on:
- The help and financial support available to fund care home fees
- How to prepare for moving into residential care
- How to find a care home
- Ways of maximising your income
- How to protect your home against care home fees
- Lasting Powers of Attorney
We can put together a Prepare for Care report for you for a fixed fee of £500+VAT
Posted 27 January 2020
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Posted 27 January 2020
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Posted 4 February 2020
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Posted 4 February 2020
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Christina‘s expertise covers a full range of private client services including Wills, Probate, Trusts, Care Fees Planning, Power of Attorney, Court of Protection, Tax Planning and Conveyancing.
Jeremy Allen is a Wills, Probate and Trusts specialist at Nottingham based law firm Rotheras Solicitors and is based at our Lace Market offices in the heart of Nottingham City Centre.
Duncan Godfrey is a Probate, Trusts and Residential Conveyancing Solicitor at Nottingham based Rotheras Solicitors and is located at our offices in the Lace Market and Burton Joyce.
Karen Hayward is a Wills, Probate and Trusts specialist at Nottingham-based law firm Rotheras Solicitors and currently operates in our Beeston office.
Jayne Smith leads the Wills and Probate department at Nottingham based Rotheras Solicitors and is currently based in our Wollaton office.
Nelissa has over 17 years’ experience as a Wills, Probate, Tax and Trusts solicitor and is based at our Mapperley office. An experienced Senior Associate with a demonstrated history of working in the legal services industry. Skilled in Inheritance Tax Planning and the Administration of Trusts and Estates.
Rebecca Green is an Associate Chartered Legal Executive in Rotheras Wills and Probate department and specialises in will drafting, estate administration, lasting powers of attorney and court of protection applications. Rebecca is currently based in our Long Eaton office.
Petra Lewis-Feast is a senior lawyer within the wills and probate team. She has worked as a private client specialist since she qualified in 1993. Petra is currently based in our head office in the Lace Market
Eleanor Robinson is a Wills, Probate and Trusts specialist at Nottingham-based law firm Rotheras Solicitors and is based at our West Bridgford office.
Sarah Soo is a Wills and Probate specialist at Nottingham-based law firm Rotheras Solicitors and has specialised in private client work since she began her career. Sarah is currently based in our Wollaton office
James Briggs is an associate and private client solicitor at Nottingham-based law firm Rotheras Solicitors.
Adam’s expertise covers a wide range of services including drafting Wills, preparing Power of Attorney documents, Probate and Court of Protections applications.
Alison Richardson is a member of the wills, trust & probate team based at our Mapperley office.
Christina Peck is a trainee solicitor within Rotheras Wills and Probate department and is based at the firm’s Beeston office.
Sharon Fleckney is a Paralegal in Rotheras Wills and Probate department and is based at the firm’s Lace Market Office.
Anna Guy has over 10 years’ experience of working in law firms, and 7 years’ experience of dealing with Wills and Probate matters.
Brett James is a Conveyancing and Wills and Probate Paralegal at Rotheras Solicitors and is based at our Lace Market office.
Michelle Kingston is a Paralegal in Rotheras Wills and Probate department and is based at our Long Eaton office
Sue Radford is a Paralegal in Rotheras Wills and Probate department and is based at the firm’s Beeston Office.
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