As you get older, it's worth thinking about long term care - and the costs involved. Tees can help you put a plan together.
Many elderly people require care in their own homes or residential care. These services can be expensive. We'll help you plan how to finance any care requirements you might have, well in advance. Our advisers are accredited by the Society of Later Life Advisers (SOLLA) to provide advice on care costs and are experts in navigating the complex process of funding assessments.
Our advisers work as part of a bigger Wealth Management team. We are regulated and authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority, which means we are accountable for all the advice that we give.
To find out more, give us a call. We offer a free consultation and can meet you face-to-face, virtually or in your own home, whichever is best for you. Tell us what you want to achieve and we will set out your options.
Our independent financial advisers are based in:
But we can help you wherever you are in the UK.
Tees supported me in my role as attorney for my elderly mother-in-law in obtaining release of capital from her house to fund her care, enabling her to continue to live in her own home. This was a protracted process requiring an application to the Court of Protection as well as advice on the equity release market and the conveyancing aspects of the transaction. Tees’ multi-disciplinary expertise meant I could find all the help I needed from the one company: Toni Chalmers-Smith as wealth specialist, Francis Gill with the Court of Protection and Catherine Banks on the conveyancing. A great team!
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