Archive for November, 2010

As fees increase for residential care The Law Society warns that many Wills could need reviewing as residents of care homes see their assets reduced.

The law Society is urging people to seek legal advice before it is too late.

Law Society president Linda Lee says:

“It does seem very unfair that people who have saved and lived carefully for years can see their assets wiped out because of care home fees, but it does not have to be the case. Many people have ended up in this situation because they have not received legal advice from a solicitor.”

“We advise people who are worried to seek advice from their solicitor as they can inform you of what options you have.”

How does it work?


If you want to participate all you have to do is make an appointment in the month of November to make a Will.

Instead of paying us a fee for making your Will you are invited to make a donation to Will Aid as follows:

For a basic Will –  £75.00

For Mirror Wills ( for a couple) – £110

For a Codicil (attachment to existing Will) – £40.00

Call Jo-Ann Mason now to make an appointment.

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