Law Society’s concern for wills

Posted on December 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Dec 14: The Law Society is warning that high care home fees risk many elderly people being left with little or nothing to bequeath to loved ones in their wills. Recent Age Concern and Help the Aged research estimates that average care home fees are now around 470 per week, prompting the Law Society to warn that many wills need reviewing to take into account care residents depleting assets.

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