A Senior Trust

Often, estate planners and elder law attorneys are faced with the challenge of trying to protect an aging client who's gradually descending into dementia or becoming emotionally needy, making him vulnerable to unscrupulous caregivers, friends and relatives. Typically, while the client is still in full control of his mental functions, he wants to ensure that his testamentary plans won't be changed

Often, estate planners and elder law attorneys are faced with the challenge of trying to protect an aging client who's gradually descending into dementia or becoming emotionally needy, making him vulnerable to unscrupulous caregivers, friends and relatives. Typically, while the client is still in full control of his mental functions, he wants to ensure that his testamentary plans won't be changed if he later becomes vulnerable. But he's equally adamant about not stripping himse

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