Welcome to Highclere Financial Servics Limited

Highclere is a specialist financial adviser focusing on critical illness, income protection, equity release and mortgages. We are whole of market, which means we are unconstrained and can select the most suitable plan or arrangement for your circumstances.

We do not advertise, all of our clients result from recommendations from friends, relatives or professional connections such as accountants, solicitors and other financial advisers

Highclere Financial Services is authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA no. 148208)
Directors: Alan Lakey and Steve Sibley

We are independent of any insurance company or mortgage provider which means we work on your behalf providing an unbiased advice.

Highclere Financial Services was established in 1991 being formed by Senior Partner Alan Lakey who had previously worked for thirteen years within other advisory firms and insurance companies.

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Protect your family

How many people actually know what financial state their family will be in if the breadwinner dies unexpectedly?

This is even more pertinent if there are dependent children.

What is not widely known is that an inexpensive insurance called a family protection plan can take this risk away.

This insurance could not be simpler. You select a time period, say 20 years, and if you die within this period the plan pays a tax-free income to the spouse/partner for the remainder of the term.

The example below illustrates this perfectly.

Mr & Mrs Lumpkin are aged 35 and 29 and both are non-smokers. They have two children ages 3 and 7. The Lumpkin’s want to ensure that if one of them dies then the survivor receives a worthwhile income until the youngest child is age 21 (and presumably no longer dependent).

They believe that £1,250 p.m. is adequate.

Mr Lumpkin can obtain such a plan for £9.55 p.m. whilst Mrs Lumpkin pays £7.66 because she is younger.

So, for a combined £17.21 they can provide each other and their family with the financial security we all desire.

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