Planning for Clients With Multiple Sclerosis

About eight months ago, my wife was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS). We immediately started to learn everything we could about the disease, so that we could make informed decisions concerning treatment, lifestyle and other critical issues. Once those major issues were addressed, we had to consider revising our personal estate planning documents. The expected planning steps durable power of

About eight months ago, my wife was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS). We immediately started to learn everything we could about the disease, so that we could make informed decisions concerning treatment, lifestyle and other critical issues. Once those major issues were addressed, we had to consider revising our personal estate planning documents.

The expected planning steps — durable power of attorney, revocable trust, health care proxy, living will and so on — immediately came

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