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From 11:00am to 12:00pm
Planning for the future – including how the Law can help protect those with Dementia
Dementia is a disease that will inevitably affect the social, emotional and financial life of the person with the disease and their family.
It is believed that 850,000 people in the UK currently have some form of dementia and that 25 million of us have a family member or friend with the condition. Dementia is a progressive illness where, if possible, it is essential to plan ahead.
Our talk on the 10th October at 11am in Orpington Library will include a short presentation by the Bromley Dementia Support Hub who will be talking about how the law can protect those with the disease.
We will then discuss the benefits of a Will or a Power of Attorney for all people, not just those with the disease.
• Power of Attorney – what are the benefits and why it may be more important to you than a Will.
• Inheritance Tax — ways to minimise Inheritance Tax and can you really leave £1,000,000 tax free under the new Government rules.
• Your Will – does it effectively provide for your dependents and loved ones ? How often should you review it?
You will be able to ask questions about your specific concern without any obligation.
You will receive a free information pack on the subjects we discuss and you can listen again to parts of the talk through videos on this website.
The talks start at 11am and lasts approximately one hour including questions.
There is no need to book but these talks are very popular and we suggest that you call our office to reserve your seat.
There will be further talk on 21st November before restarting again in the New Year.