Getting your affairs in order

Being diagnosed with any health condition can often get people thinking about putting their affairs in order. A brain tumour diagnosis is no different and we have produced some information that can help guide you through some of these processes so that you can make these decisions more easily.

You may need to consider a variety of matters such as, who will care for your loved ones if you are not well, how your wishes will be adhered to during and after treatment, what is the best way to get your affairs in order if your circumstances change and how to leave something in your Will to a cause you care about.

Lasting Power of Attorney

Information on what a Lasting Power of Attorney is, what the benefits are and how you create one.

Discretionary trusts

Information on why you would make a discretionary trust and how you go about making one.

Making a Will

Information on why and how you would make, update and store a Will.

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