Your guide to incapacity protection


There’s no one-size-fits-all estate plan, but any robust one will protect your privacy, free you from court interference, help you protect and manage your assets, save you money on taxes and enable you to name the people you trust the most to act on your behalf.

While plenty of estate planning deals with the distribution of assets after death, it is also about having a plan in place to deal with what happens if you become incapacitated. An incapacity plan . . .

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