Unfortunately, dementia related diseases such as Alzheimer’s are increasing in frequency in America’s older population. Although doctors are searching for a cure, or at least a way to halt the progression of the disease, it may be years before we see one. At the present time an Alzheimer’s sufferer can expect to eventually lose the ability to control his or her own finances and daily tasks. Because of this, creating an incapacity plan is the only way to plan for the possibility of developing Alzheimer’s.
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