Planning for Incapacity

Most dinner time conversations do not revolve around matters of death and incapacity. In fact, according to the National Association of Estate Planners and Councils, over 120 million Americans have not yet put together an estate plan. Although this dinnertime discussion may be morbid, it can lead to completion of forms that will protect your loved ones from unneeded emotional hardship and wasted money. A strong estate plan includes documents for incapacity planning. Incapacitation can happen to anyone, regardless of age. A young adult could fall into a coma after a motor vehicle accident or an elderly patient could suffer Continue Reading