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Planning for Incapacity: An Often-Overlooked Aspect of Estate Planning

Join Dylan Metzner in this interactive workshop covering common scenarios and disputes that arise when an individual’s starts to experience mental instability with a discussion designed to uncover best practices that can minimize the risk and/or effect of family disputes and litigation.

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Most clients assume incorrectly that an estate plan is only about setting forth a structure for distributing their property after death. As a result, they focus on postmortem aspects, and do not think meaningfully about conditions that could be implemented during periods of incapacity. This lack of attention becomes apparent when the client starts to exhibit signs of diminished capacity, and can result in some rather dire, expensive, and contentious consequences. Join Dylan Metzner in this interactive workshop covering common scenarios and disputes that arise when an individual’s starts to experience mental instability with a discussion designed to uncover best practices that can minimize the risk and/or effect of family disputes and litigation.
Presented by Dylan H. Metzner, Esq., Jones & Keller, P.C.
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