Your will is a part of your estate plan, which allows you to expressly state how you want your assets to be divided when you pass away. Ideally, your wishes will be apparent to everyone involved and honored by your loved ones and survivors. Unfortunately, there can be problems which can lead to your will being contested. Fortunately, there are steps you can take, which may help prevent challenges to your will.
Signs that your loved one's mental processes are slowing down can be subtle. You may notice more and more that he or she repeats themselves or can't remember where they left an item or parked the car. Over time, these symptoms can worsen to the point that you have real concerns for your loved one's safety. Once you have reached this point, it is important to know what options are available. Here are some considerations regarding what to do when your loved one is losing capacity.