For the first time in recent history, mortality is at the forefront of humanity’s collective conscience. The global COVID-19 pandemic that erupted earlier this year brought with it an increased risk of severe illness and death, forcing many of us to stop and consider the possibility of our own incapacity and death and whether we and our families are adequately prepared. Many are now grappling with difficult questions estate planners contemplate on a regular basis: who decides whether to pull
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