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  • Preparing for the Unthinkable: Why Incapacity Planning Is Important

    Many people think incapacity planning is not for them, assuming only those who are approaching retirement age can benefit. The reality is, accidents can occur at any time and leave us mentally incapacitated. A car accident, for example, can leave victims in a coma while medical conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease can slowly take away a person’s mental capacity. By establishing a detailed ...
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  • QUESTIONS ABOUT AGENTS, ATTORNEYS-IN-FACT AND EXECUTORS

    When you’re devising an estate plan, you may come across several terms used in relation to people who will play an important part role in your plan. The title for these people, or organizations differ, and each has its own specific meaning and importance. It’s important to understand these terms before you begin the estate planning process. Q: Is an agent the same as an attorney-in-fact? A: ...
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