When a family member has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or another disabling health condition, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the many legal and financial questions that can arise as a result of the diagnosis. Determining how to pay for long-term care is often confusing for families. It is important to find an attorney with whom you feel comfortable and who has the expertise to advise you on these matters.
This infographic outlines the different legal issues to consider when a family member has a health condition that affects his ability to function independently. It also describes the kind of expertise your incapacity planning attorney in North Dakota should have.
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