We realise that talking about the plans you’re considering putting in place when you die isn’t the easiest conversation to have and many people choose to avoid the subject altogether. We would always recommend that you communicate any plans you have put in place with your family and friends to ensure your wishes are met.
In her second guest blog, Jayne Knights, benefits expert, discusses how sorting out family finances when you are a disabled young person can be tricky, especially when you approach your 16th birthday. Over to Jayne.. If you are living at home on your 16th birthday, and you are continuing in full time education which is
Question: My son received a sum of money for an accident he had as a child and I manage the money on his behalf as his Deputy. He is now 35 and I’m concerned what will happen to his funds on his death? He has also had no contact with his father since he was