Planning for Incapacity re: Estate Planning – The National Law Review


Planning for Incapacity re: Estate Planning
The National Law Review
While an estate plan has obvious uses – i.e., planning for the disposition of estate assets after the death of a testator – some of the lesser-known benefits of a well-written plan are the provisions that provide for both management of assets and
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