As the population over the age of 65 continues to grow, unique problems arise. For example, many seniors may have never married, or outlived their spouse and lack confidence that someone will help them make financial and health decisions as it becomes more difficult or when they become incapacitated. A qualified and experienced estate planning attorney can provide guidance to address the issues unique to the solo senior. My friend and colleague Tereina Stidd, an estate planning expert, explains why. Read on to learn more.
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