Free Parent Life Cover

Aviva are giving each new parent £15,000 free life insurance as a first step
towards protecting your family. There’s no purchase necessary and there are
absolutely no strings attached.

- Aviva will pay £15,000 if a parent covered dies during the term.
- Cover lasts for 12 months from acceptance and will not renew.
- You can take out the plan once your child has been born
and before they are four years old.
- Optional upgrade to £100,000 cover from only 20p per day*
- Quick and easy policy set up

Benefits of Aviva Life Insurance

- Authorised and Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority
- 5 Star Defaqto Rated Life Insurance
- Ask about our Free trust service saving on probate and Inheritance Tax
- Independent comparison of Aviva with other leading UK providers to get you the best deal
- We do not charge you any fees for our service
- Lower prices than going direct to the leading providers
- Instant Cover Available
- Peace of Mind with our Best Price Promise

*Price estimate correct as of 21/06/17. Based on a 30 year old non smoker taking cover over 20 years.

”***** Easy to set up with nothing complicated” David Brown, 24/07/2019
“They were very efficient and the process was straightforward when I applied for life cover”, Anonymous, 10/02/2020
“After deciding upon which direction to take when the time came, I searched through many websites that offered what I was looking for.
I decided on sun life because of the simple straight forward method of securing a plan and the result of doing so, including all the expected relevant information required to ease the path.” Ian MacDonald, 31/01/2020
“***** Thank you Paul Brown, such a good attendance, very professional. The best.” Indre, 26/11/2019
”Gary helped me with protection on my recent mortgage, very helpful and no bother at all, also helped me set up a MetLife plan which I had never heard of till I spoke to Gary.” Anonymous, 04/09/2019
”Excellent service by Lynn, who made everything clear to me and got me set up with no problems. Thank you!”, Malcolm, 28/02/2019