Clare King and Stephanie Dunderdale, lawyers in Clarion’s private client team, are pleased to announce their admission this week into the Symponia network of advisers.
Symponia is a network of professional advisers across the whole of the UK who have specialist knowledge and expertise in the area of care fee planning. Our successful admission coincides with the heightened media interest this last week in the Governments proposed reforms to care fees.
Symponia has grown into one of largest, national professional bodies, gaining an enviable reputation within financial services, the legal profession, the care sector and the media. Members are typically financial advisers, accountants and other professionals whose area of specialism is care fee planning.
Financial advisers within the Symponia network all hold an FSA recognised long term care qualification, offer personal face to face meetings, follow the Symponia code of conduct and the Symponia customer charter.
The Private Client team at Clarion also have a wealth of experience in planning for present and future care home costs, whether it be care at home or in a care home.
If you or your family are experiencing moving into care at the moment, or perhaps you are planning for care in the future, please feel free to contact a member of our private client team. We can advise on the methods of funding care costs, benefits you or your family members may be eligible for when receiving care, the status of the family home under the Governments present rules and much more.
Alternatively, for more information about the Symponia network and the advice its members can offer please see http://www.symponia.co.uk/. A useful care fee planning Handbook can also be downloaded from the Symponia website.
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