Estate-planning discussions with clients often focus on what will happen to the clients’ assets after they pass away. With many Americans living longer and suffering from chronic illnesses before they die, it’s incumbent on estate-planning professionals to also engage their clients about the possibility of losing mental capacity prior to death and to plan for that possibility. Planners should discuss with their clients the following four critical concerns that arise if the client ...

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