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Friday, April 5, 2013

Be cautious of those who suggest changes to estate plans

Sudden, unsolicited help offered to an elderly person regarding their estate plan may require closer inspection from trusted friends or relatives to ensure the owner’s best interest takes priority, says Toronto estates lawyer Beverly Chapin. I completely agree with Ms. Chapin, as I have seen elderly people taken in by their caregivers, their neighbours, and certainly their relatives.

Click here to read an article from www.advocatedaily.com that discusses this issue, and gives some practical, useful information on what you can do if you suspect that someone in your family is being manipulated in this way.

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