Finance and Law for the Older Client
Finance and Law for the Older Client is designed to help financial advisers, lawyers and accountants advise their elderly clients on a range of financial and legal topics.
One Year Subscription Only Terms
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Why should you buy the Finance and Law for the Older Client
Published in association with STEP (Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners), this looseleaf is designed to help financial advisers, lawyers and accountants advise their elderly clients on a range of financial and legal topics. It contains easy to access information that is both detailed and practical. Includes strong emphasis on financial matters, such as pensions, gifts and taxation.
Four issues per year, invoiced separately.
Table of contents
Part A. Financial Matters; Part B. Accommodation; Part C. Community and Residential Care; Part D. Capacity; Part E. Powers of Attorney; Part F. The Court of Protection; Part G. End of Life Decisions; Part H. Abuse; Part I. Dying Tidily; Part K. Granparents; Tables & Index
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