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Did You Know: Almost Half of People Over the Age of 65 Will Become Incapacitated Before They Die
Securing Your Family’s Finances Can Be a Delicate Process. Planning is Crucial to Ensuring Your Family’s Assets Aren’t At Risk
Nobody can predict the future. One day we can be completely healthy, while the next we may fall victim to a stroke, accidental injury, or disease that leaves us mentally incapacitated. While this may not be the most pleasant topic to talk about, it nonetheless is something that must be addressed. Unfortunately, most traditional, lawyer-prepared estate planning documents do not address situations where you are physically alive, yet unable to mentally make decisions. Alzheimer’s and Dementia are two of the most common diseases that place individuals in this state.
Everyone hopes to live a long and healthy life, free of these catastrophic diseases. Unfortunately, there is over a 50% chance that you or someone in your family will be affected by some sort of mental incapacitation. While this subject is often dreadful to even consider, it is without a doubt less painful than the prospect of your family members being forced to surrender all their hard-earned assets to care for you, simply because you did not plan.
If someone you love becomes mentally incapacitated, it is important to have proper Elder Care documents in place. If not, you face the likely possibility of having to hire an attorney and go to court to determine who will be labeled the guardian or conservator of the loved one. The Court thus determines who will make the decisions for the loved one, something no family wants.
Planning is key. For more information, please see our FREE Elder Care Resources listed below.
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“The Plain Truth About Alzheimer’s Disease”
If you have a loved one that has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, you likely have questions. Don’t worry, most people in your situation do as well. That’s where we come in. Please check out our free 9-step Guide to Alzheimer’s. It offers practical solutions to your questions, allowing you to regain peace of mind.
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Please contact Fredrick P. Niemann, Esq. if you have any further questions regarding Alzheimer’s, Dementia or Elder Care in general.
Mr. Niemann can be reached toll-free at (855) 376-5291 or by email at email@example.com.
Written by Fredrick P. Niemann, Esq. of Hanlon Niemann & Wright, A New Jersey Alzheimer’s and Dementia Attorney
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