Long Term Care
Arranging care for yourself or a loved one can not only be an emotional time, but also a very complicated one.
Eligibility for state benefits, Lasting or Enduring Powers of Attorney, the type and location of care home, and of course, funding the care itself, are all important considerations.
In any case, specialist knowledge and sound advice is key to making the right decisions. The St. James's Place Partnership has a number of dedicated and highly trained Long Term Care Partners who can help you and your family with the options available.
View our Guide to the Cost of Care (PDF) or alternatively request contact from a St. James's Place Partner to find out more.
Lasting Powers of Attorney are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the writing of them would involve a service that is separate and distinct to those offered by St. James's Place.