When Addiction Surfaces in Beneficiaries and Client Offspring

When Addiction Surfaces in Beneficiaries and Client Offspring

A new approach based on highly successful programs for physicians

Attorneys and trustees frequently overlook clients engaging in addictive behavior because they’re unaware of the symptoms of the disease, don’t know what to do or don’t believe it’s their role to become involved. The wealthy client is very important to the advisor, and the advisor’s relationship with that client shouldn’t be jeopardized. Making the decision to do nothing is a very tempting approach (albeit sometimes, a tragic one). Nevertheless, to fully me

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