Losing mental capacity can be devastating for you and for your loved ones. Statistics show that the 85+ age group is the now the largest growing and that dementia affects 1 in 6 people over the age of 80. But incapacity can happen at any age or stage in your life. It is important to think about the future – and we can help.
If you, or someone you know, loses capacity, the consequences can be serious and far-reaching, both emotionally and financially, without appropriate measures in place. In this video, our elder law specialists from our trust, estate and inheritance disputes team explain the steps you can take now, whilst you have capacity, to protect your finances and personal affairs.
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