Me again. I have now got to capital assets. The question asks for approximate market value of other possessions including house contents, car, collections, paintings, jewellery etc
Our house contents are insured for Â£30,000 as this is the standard amount on the policy. Do I put this figure in this box? We don't have collections, paintings (except ones from Next) or jewellery. It then asks why we can't use our assets to pay fees. The house contents are all pretty essential things like beds, sofas, towels etc etc. So do I say that it would be unreasonable to expect us to sell out house contents. We have to send a copy of the house insurance certificate as well.
It also asks about life assurance and why we can't use that to pay fees but ours only pays out if 1 of us dies so is it reasonable to say that we are not prepared to die to pay fees?
Have I been filling this form in for too long now?