This article details a new study on Alzheimer’s disease out of the University of Alabama Birmingham which demonstrates a significant deterioration of an Alzheimer’s patient’s ability to manage financial affairs within one year. This highlights why it is so important to do early planning and that if someone you know or love is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s it is best to get any financial or estate planning matters squared away immediately.
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