It is upsetting when a previously robust and healthy family member becomes vulnerable as a result of serious injury, critical illness or the debilitating effects of old age. As well as facing the emotional, physical and legal aspects, this change in circumstance requires long-term funding. But you don’t have to go through this upheaval alone. The experts in our Court of Protection and Personal Injury team have the experience to strategically invest any compensation received so that it addresses your loved one’s needs in the most effective way.
We can advise you on how to sensibly structure and invest a compensation settlement to ensure it meets all the specific care needs, providing security for your loved ones now and in the future.
With a dedicated financial plan in place, you’ll be freed up to devote your attention to adapting to a new way of life as a carer without fretting about money.
When it comes to coping with the strain of illness or infirmity, such as dementia, you’ll want to provide the best care available for your loved ones for as long as it is required. Having an appropriate investment strategy in place can give you peace of mind that there is sufficient funding to do that, allowing you to focus on making life for your loved ones as stress-free, safe and fulfilling as possible.
The cost of caring for people with dementia in the UK is £34.7 billion a year.
* Alzheimer’s Society, 2019
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