A typical person that would come to me for care fees planning would be the son or daughter, maybe with a power of attorney for their mum or dad, or maybe a niece or nephew, someone with responsibility to look after the care and put some arrangements in place.
Or maybe it’s the solicitor, acting as attorney or with a deputyship to manage for their client.
I guess the biggest concern is the cost of care. Everybody is very aware that care is really expensive.
Sometimes people have the feeling that the Local Authority will pick up the tab if you run out of money. But that’s not always the case.
It really depends on the circumstances.