Category: Alzheimer’s

Estate Planning Matters Before Death

When considering estate planning, many people understandably zero in on what should happen after death. However, an equally important part of estate planning considers what should happen towards the end of a person’s life. This is important, as one in eight Americans will deal with Alzheimer’s disease in their lifetime. Even more will deal with[...]

Tips on Protecting the Finances of an Alzheimer’s Patient

Even for Americans who are not dealing with cognitive disability, managing finances can be very difficult at times. It is therefore no wonder that, for a patient dealing with Alzheimer’s disease, managing money can become an impossible task. A recent article offers several tips to assist a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease to protect his[...]