Sterling & Law

“The lifetime cost of school fees can be prohibitive. Plan early for best results."

The decision to provide your child or children with an independent or further education is a major one and should not be taken lightly

The costs can be prohibitive, the magnitude of which ranks as highly as property purchase.

As qualified independent financial advisers, we are able to help you:
•Establish the costs involved.
•Establish what is realistically achievable.
•Decide on which schools may be affordable.
•Understand the different options available for funding school fees.
•Design a plan to help you achieve you and your children’s educational aspirations.

We would all like the best for our children, and that will often include the costs of private education. While parents are generally aware that school and university fees can represent the single greatest cost of being a parent, they may not as yet have quantified the likely cost or thought about how they are going to fund it.

How then do we ensure that your children have the necessary financial support to fund their education all the way from private school through to university?

As with every major commitment, planning is everything. This is where we come in. Whether you have no children yet or have children who are already at school, or whether you are considering funding for private school fees or university fees, Sterling & Law can help you.

I have always received extremely high-quality service and advice from Sterling & Law.”
Mr J P Franks, global head of IT operations, UBS, London, UK

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