Updated: Jun 29
For some, navigating legal matters that arise as a result of a dementia diagnosis can be overwhelming. Introducing, a 6-part video discussion covering important topics about wills and estate planning.
In Part 3 of this 6-part video series, Wills & Estate Lawyer, Laura Geddes discusses capacity and the levels of capacity needed for estate planning and why a dementia diagnosis doesn't mean that the person is no longer able to do their estate planning.
Special thanks to Siskinds | The law firm, for their generous support of McCormick Care Foundation's mission to enhance care and enrich the lives of residents, clients, caregivers, and families of McCormick.
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