Planning for the challenges of aging and disability is an integral part of what every estate planner addresses. However, what exactly does this planning require? Too often, the steps are limited to Medicaid planning, drafting a fairly routine durable power of attorney (POA) and drafting a health care proxy. While these steps are vital, often they’re insufficient. To best address current and future client needs, practitioners must understand the incidence and nature of the ...

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