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Protecting Finances for Future Generations

Protecting Finances for Future Generations

by STEPHANIE ERICKSON
Contributor

This week on Caregiver’s Circle, host Stephanie Erickson interviews Charles Sabatino, Director of the American Bar Association’s Commission on Law and Aging and professor at Georgetown University Law Center.

Mr. Sabatino defines the most commonly used legal documents everyone must have to prevent confusion, conflict and unnecessary stress for families should an aging crisis arise. He will offer tips on which documents to draft, how to choose a representative and how to discuss these matters with your family.

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