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About Later Life Matters

Later Life Matters was created to provide specialist support, advice and information to both existing and new clients who may find themselves facing some of the challenges experienced in later life. Our Consultants provide expert advice and support in such areas as Long Term Care & Funding Options, Equity Release and Independent Care Advice.

We recognise how stressful it can be for the person needing care and their family when being faced with a myriad of different options and paperwork but not knowing where to turn for clear and easy to understand advice. Later Life Matters commit time to ensure that any decision you make, even if it is to do nothing, will result from being fully informed.

Our consultants are fully accredited Members of the Society of Later Life Advisers (SOLLA), a not for profit organisation whose aim is to ensure that consumers are better informed about the financial issues of later life and can find a suitably qualified and accredited Adviser. 

Members of the above organisation must be able to demonstrate a depth of understanding as to the issues and worries that concern the elderly.

The creation of Later Life Matters as the third company alongside those of Eversley Estate Planners Limited and Eversley Legal Services Limited produces a multi-disciplinary team approach unrivalled in its approach.

Access to qualified Legal Experts, Estate Planners, Trust and Tax specialists and Later Life Independent Financial Advisers "under one roof" is a unique proposition designed to provide a high standard of efficient service and ultimately, peace of mind.

  What Matters?  
  Later Life Matters Limited offer an Independent Care Advice service - we provide help and support in finding...  
  Long Term Care Matters  
  If you find that you may be facing the prospect of financing your own care, either in a Care Home or in your...  
  Care Fees Guide  
  All of our initial advice, including the personalised report, can be provided without any obligation whatsoever...  
  Equity Release Matters  
  British people over the age of 50 are estimated to have more than 750 million equity in their homes...