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Insights into funding care and managing assets event

1st April 2015

We are delighted that experts from Willans LLP Solicitors and Neil Gayler & Co. will be joining us to discuss the financial and legal issues affecting people in older age.

If you’d like to find out more about funding future care needs and protecting you or your family’s assets, then we’d love to see you at our event.

Join us for wine and canapes on

Thursday 4 June at 6 – 8pm

Neil Gayler, an Independent Financial Adviser accredited with the Society of Later Life Advisers (SOLLA), will discuss what the 2014 Care Act really means for individuals and will provide an insight into the different options available for funding care home fees. Neil is Cheltenham’s only SOLLA-accredited Later Life Specialist Adviser and one of only three such accredited Independent Financial Advisers in Gloucestershire.

Nick Southwell, Simon Cook and Rachel Taylor from Willans LLP solicitors will address the pitfalls of not having your personal affairs in order, powers of attorney and how to understand deputyships and Court of Protection applications. Simon and Rachel are both members of The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP), experts who are, by definition, the most experienced and senior practitioners in the field of trusts and estates. They have over 25 years’ combined experience in looking after elderly and vulnerable people including those with dementia.

Register your interest for this free event at or call 01242 263334

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