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Does Your Elderly Client Suffer From Diminished Capacity?

Making this determination involves navigating a sea of issues

John is your long-time client. You’ve been through a lot with him: marriage, divorce, premarital agreements, trusts for his children from his first marriage, trusts for his children from his second marriage, the administration of his parents’ estates, the administration of his living trust following the death of his second wife, squabbles among his children and several rounds of updates to his estate plan along the way.

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