The power of family harmony and unity is never more evident than in estate planning and elder law planning. With family harmony, any planning goal can be accomplished seamlessly; without it, certain desirable planning options may be limited or even eliminated from consideration, and the right to self-determination in later years may be at risk. If you are blessed with a harmonious family situation, consider “doubling down” by maximizing the contemporary flexibility options available to you in estate and elder law planning. If you do not enjoy such a situation, consider minimizing your planning risks through counseling and careful plan design.
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