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Capacity Assessments

Some people leave their estate planning until it is too late. If a person has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, is suffering memory loss for any other reason, or is simply very, very old and ill, it can be difficult to do a new will. Why? The will can be attacked if the person did not have the necessary mental capacity to validly sign it. We are called into service to assist clients with diminishing capacity and, if possible, help them put a will into place. Critical care estate planning takes special effort.

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