Support through life

At Bellamy Wealth Management we focus on life stages and objectives, rather than particular products. Thanks to our versatile team, we can offer advice and support for every stage of your journey through your financial life.

First steps

With independence and the first pay cheque comes responsibility. From buying a first home to planning ahead, there is a lot to think about.

Things to consider:

  • Saving up a deposit for a property with a traditional mortgage or perhaps an intergenerational mortgage
  • Putting some security in place to protect an income or a mortgage
  • The long-term future, including planning a pension or writing a Will

Family life

There's more and more to bear in mind. You may well be supporting children through education, or supporting your parents in care.

Things to consider:

  • Protecting you, your income and your family providing peace of mind for your loved ones
  • Investments for your children's future, with a Junior ISA perhaps
  • How to help your children through school and university by investing for education fees
  • Taking out a new mortgage to move to a larger home
  • With to do with an inheritance
  • Your long-term future, writing a Will* or thinking about retirement
  • Helping elderly parents with care fees or later life planning


You may be supporting children or perhaps parents too, but hopefully you will be in a good position to consolidate your wealth.

Things to consider:

  • Planning for retirement, which should now be a priority
  • What to do with extra cash if you are mortgage free and how to mitigate you tax liabilities as efficiently as possible
  • Helping your children with a deposit for a house, or an intergenerational mortgage
  • Your first grandchildren and how to help them in the future with school fees
  • Setting up long-term financial plans such as grandchildren's pensions


You'll want to explore your options to make sure your retirement is as enjoyable as possible.

Things to consider:

  • How to make sure your income and capital can sustain you through the years ahead
  • taking pension benefits to suit you, your partner and your wider family
  • Making gifts to children or grandchildren or setting up savings plans like Junior ISAs
  • Trust planning to help with things like Inheritance Tax or school fees
  • Writing a Will or setting up Power of Attorney
  • Consolidating your finances to make things simpler

Later life

As your retirement continues, you'll want to make sure you remain comfortable and don't outlive your savings.

Things to consider:

  • Downsizing or using equity release* to fund retirement
  • Funding the cost of care
  • Inheritance Tax planning
  • Keeping your Will up to date and setting up Power of Attorney*
  • Making sure your estate and financial affairs are in order
  • Charitable giving - we can help create a charitable legacy through Charitable Aid Foundation (CAF)
  • Estate planning service

Got a question?

If you would like to speak to us about a particular issue or wish to find out more about the services we offer, please get in touch.