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Kerry Weaver
New Leaf Distribution
Mortgage & Protection Advisers

Protection

41 Poplar Hill, Stowmarket, Suffolk, IP14 2AU
07775 614497

Protection

Is Life Insurance for me?

If you have anyone financially dependent on you, such as a partner, sibling, children or even an aging parent, then Life Insurance is for you. People take out life insurance policies to ensure that, if they die, their loved ones are looked after. Life insurance can help with paying off debts, household bills, childcare costs and account for your mortgage payments.

I have access to providers offering Defaqto 5-star rated cover, and you can either take out Term Life Insurance that will cover you for a fixed period of time, or Whole of Life Insurance that covers you as long as you need it.

Whether you're single, in a relationship, have a family or are a single parent, protection can give you the financial security you need for yourself or for your dependants.

Choose the lifestage that matches your own

Young, free and single

With lots going on in your life; whether its work, travel or study, insurance can often be the last thing on your mind. Plan ahead and future-proof yourself now. I can provide advice on the most suitable protection for your circumstances.

Protect your income if you are unable to work

Accidents happen all the time. Whether you take a tumble skiing or dislocate your shoulder mountain biking, these types of accidents could mean you need to take time off work to heal and may need to go without your income. Would you be able to cope?

Cover yourself financially if you get a serious illness

Bad things happen, however much we dislike thinking about it. If you're diagnosed with a serious illness the last thing you should have to worry about are your finances or the cost of your medical expenses while you recover.

In a relationship

If you've built up a life together and are planning ahead for the future, it makes sense to protect that future. I can provide advice on the most suitable protection for your circumstances.

Protect your income if you are unable to work

If you and your partner both work, it's likely you rely on both your incomes - to pay the bills, the rent or mortgage and the luxuries in life. If one of you become ill, injured or disabled and couldn't work, could you cope financially without the income?

Cover yourself financially if you get a serious illness

Bad things happen, however much we dislike thinking about it. If you or your partner are diagnosed with a serious illness the last thing you should have to worry about are your finances.

Protect your partner so they're not left financially vulnerable

The mortgage or rent repayment combined with your lifestyle probably takes up most of your income. It can be hard to put money aside in case of emergencies and that's why the right protection can prove invaluable. If one of you were to die, could the other cope financially?

Settled with kids

Whether you've just started family life or are well settled into it, you no doubt understand the importance of protecting your family's financial future. This could mean protecting against an unexpected illness, accident, or even an unexpected death.

Protect your family so they're not left financially vulnerable

If the worst were to happen and you were to die, would your family be able to cope financially? They'll have enough to deal with without then having to worry about the mortgage, debts household bills and childcare costs.

Cover yourself financially if you get a serious illness

Bad things happen, however much we dislike thinking about it. If you or your partner are diagnosed with a serious illness the last thing you and your family should have to worry about are your finances.

Protect your income if you are unable to work

Supporting a family can be expensive. You need to pay for education, childcare, household expenses and medical care just to name a few. So how would you cope financially if you or your partner became ill, injured or disabled and couldn't work?

Looking forward to retirement

As your kids grow up and start their own lives, the focus comes back to you and your needs as you near retirement. While you no longer have to worry so much about covering your kids' day-to-day living expenses, you can ensure your future is protected financially for their sake.

Protect your family so they're not left to cover your funeral expenses

Protect your family's financial future for when you're not around. This could be used to help contribute towards funeral expenses, any outstanding bills or left as a small gift for your loved ones.

Get financial cover if you can't look after yourself

If you were diagnosed with a condition that meant you could no longer care for yourself such as Alzheimer's, you would need an extra level of support. You could rely on family and friends to assist or you could pay for additional support services to help you maintain your independence as long as possible. This is where appropriate insurance can help.

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