It is no longer enough to simply prepare for death through traditional estate planning. Death and taxes are guaranteed and require you to at least have an estate plan. However, with increasing rates of dementia and other chronic illnesses, disability planning has become equally important. A good estate plan should consider both the inevitability of death, the possibility of disability, and should make the subsequent management of your financial and personal affairs easy for your loved ones.
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