Legal Planning Essentials When Your Loved One Has Dementia
RSVP Below Trusted support to help make sense of essential legal documents when a loved one
Trusted support to help make sense of essential legal documents when a loved one has memory loss
Estate planning is an important task for anyone who has assets, but for many, the process is uncomfortable and daunting. However, if someone you love has a cognitive impairment, it is especially important to make planning a priority—despite discomfort—so that you:
• Honor the wishes of your loved one.
• Safeguard assets.
• Understand timelines that enable you to preserve wealth.
• Become able to make sense of unfamiliar language so that you make agreeable decisions.
• Know which documents you need and when to execute them.
Please join us and skilled attorneys for an enlightening presentation that demystifies the legalese of wills, trusts and other estate planning documents. Speakers will focus on issues that are specifically relevant to planning for memory-impaired individuals. To ensure a pleasant and relaxed atmosphere, wine and refreshments will be available throughout the evening.
While you’re here, share your concerns about a loved one with our Kensington team. We are ready to listen, and we promise to love and care for your family as we do our own.
For questions regarding this event, please email Heather Rich, Director of Community Relations, email@example.com.
(Wednesday) 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm(GMT-05:00) View in my time
The Kensington Reston
11501 SUNRISE VALLEY DRIVE, RESTON, VA 20191
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