Learn how the threat of dementia can affect your will and estate planning

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RICHMOND, Va - Charles Nance, ESQ., Attorney at The Nance Firm, offered some important information on how to plan for Alzheimers and dementia disabilities in relation to wills and estate planning. Charles talks about the importance of having a plan in place should someone in your family become mentally disabled and need assisted living and other expensive care. For more information visit www.nancelawfirm.net.


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  • Manalishi

    Always get a second and third opinion before taking actions based on any dementia type diagnosis. Also be very skeptical of all medications prescribed as so many create larger problems and common deaths. Research in a due diligence manner to ensure that your loved ones are not hastened to an unnecessary demise for insurance or profit reasons. It’s way too common.

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