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December 08, 2010


James Smith

This is very useful. Adult children often bring in a parent with many of these symptoms with no clue that that parent may have Alzheimer's. Then the issue is whether that parent is legally competent at that point to do estate planning or is a guardianship or conservatorship in order.

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I think my mother may be showing signs of Alzheimers. When does being forgetful and "dingy" go from old age to Alzheimers?

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