They are accredited and specially trained independent consultants (IFAs) who can help them with different advice and ways to finance their care. One important thing to note is that if the local authority knows that you own your own home, but don`t inform you of available negligence, they could make a refund to them if they don`t allow legal non-compliance and you pay more for your care costs than you should have accordingly. If your partner, a dependent child, a parent over the age of 60, or someone who is sick or disabled still lives in your home, this is not counted as part of your estate. So you don`t need to use the property incurred in your home to pay for care, and you don`t need a deferred payment agreement. Now that this real estate value has not been taken into account and you fall below the threshold, the law requires the Council to finance your care for this 12-week period or until the sale of your home, whichever is earlier. The basic rule of self-financing is that if you live in England and have a total wealth of more than £23,250 or £24,000 in Wales, you are obliged to fund the full cost of care. However, if your savings or other cash flow is less than this amount and you own real estate that you want to sell to finance your long-term care, the local authority must disregard the value of your property for the first 12 weeks of your permanent move into a nursing home, provided that you meet its “admission criteria” (i.e. .