Family income protection against life’s unknowns such as critical illness or redundancy can give you and your family great peace of mind. With so many different types of protection available, it’s important to choose the right family cover. We are based in Eastbourne, East Sussex and serve clients across Hastings, Lewes, Bexhill, Seaford, Uckfield, Newhaven, Crowborough, Brighton, Hove and Tunbridge Wells (and further afield). To arrange a free initial discussion at your home, workplace or our offices contact us today.
It’s important to consider your individual needs to ensure you have the right amount of family income protection cover. We will take into consideration whether you are living in rented accommodation or have a mortgage, if you have any dependents, your daily living expenses and budget and will help you work out the right amount of cover to meet your needs.
As with most things, the cheapest option isn’t always the best one. Make sure the cover you’re considering will provide complete protection and has a robust, reliable claims process and payout history.
Clifford Osborne assists individuals and couples across East Sussex with independent advice on family protection in the following areas:
- Life Cover
- Critical Illness
- Family Income Benefit
- Mortgage Protection
- Accident Sickness and Redundancy Cover
- Private Medical Insurance
Some family income protection covers can give you access to additional benefits such as valuable health-related services which offer medical guidance when you need it. They can help you and your family make decisions regarding the best treatment and can add real value from day one.
Once you’ve made the decision to take out family income protection cover, it’s important to get protected sooner rather than later. We will consider your individual needs and suggest a provider that meets your needs, objectives and budget. Consider a provider who can offer trusts at no additional cost and we will explain the advantages to you.
For more information please get in touch.
If you place a plan under trust please remember the Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate trusts.