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Confronting Undue Influence in Your Practice?

Confronting Undue Influence in Your Practice?

Industry experts weigh in on how to tackle an increasingly pervasive issue

Individuals with estates both large and small can be susceptible to undue influence, which is becoming more prevalent as the basis for attacking estate-planning documents. As our population ages and becomes more vulnerable, the risk of undue influence being exerted increases. In fact, the Alzheimer’s Association predicts that by 2030, 20 percent of the U.S. population will be over 65.1  


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