As members of the Parkinson’s community know well, the disease often comes with increasing costs for patients, their families and care partners. While some of these expenses are tangible, such as insurance co-pays, others are more difficult to quantify, such as taking time off work.
Establishing your estate plan can be likened to committing to healthy eating. You know that it will benefit your health and quality of life as soon as you commit to it, but revving up to that first day and turning it into a lifestyle can feel like an impossible job.
So you or a loved one is diagnosed with Parkinson's. The first thing, of course, is to do your best to get the right medical help. The next thing is to ensure that your legal, financial and insurance concerns are in good shape.
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