To care, or not to care? (Will they, or won’t they?)
When distributing an estate, whether there is a will in place or not, considerations are usually made for family, close friends, and any other individual or organisation noted within a client’s will. However, the people that are often at the forefront of someone’s end of life circumstances are carers.
Have you ever advised your will writing or probate clients to consider their or their family member’s care provider within their plans? Are there any cases where the client was so close to their carer, they bequeathed a substantial amount in the person’s will?
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– Carers Trust (@CarersTrust) July 30, 2015