When Bruce Willis announced his retirement from acting due to his diagnosis of aphasia, it surprised not only Hollywood, but also people across the country. Just a few weeks ago, Bruce’s family indicated that the disease had progressed to frontotemporal dementia, which highlights the importance of incapacity planning.
While estate planning typically focuses on planning for what happens after death, a comprehensive estate plan should include provisions regarding what happens during life should an individual become incapacitated. Read on to learn more.
- Planning Carefully When One Child Provides Most of the Caregiving - November 30, 2023
- R-E-S-P-E-C-T: Find Out What It Means To…Your Estate Plan - October 12, 2023
- Gen X – This One’s for You (And Everyone Else Too) - October 5, 2023