You Are Not Alone – Answers To Your Questions In The Book
- What is the most important legal tools every Alzheimer’s patient MUST have? – 30
- Which legal too should every Alzheimer’s patient have? (Hint: Get it now while you still can!) – see page 30
- There are two types of “Power of Attorney.” Do you need both and what happens if you don’t have them? – see page 30
- Who will make your end – see page of – see page life decisions? (Hint: One easy document gives you ultimate control.) – see page 32
- What’s the difference between a will and a trust and why should you care? – see page 34
- Do you have a “Sweetheart Will” and should that be changed after an Alzheimer’s diagnosis? – see page 34
- Is advance “Medicaid Planning” right for you? (Hint: It may give your heirs a bigger inheritance.) – see page 34
- How “Medicaid Planning” may protect assets for your spouse and children – see page 34
- How to get the most benefits for Alzheimer’s patients who are Veterans – see page 35
- How improper financial “gifts” can jeopardize your government – see page paid benefits – see page 36
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