Most people equate the concept of estate planning with creating a plan for the distribution of their estate assets after their death to ensure that loved ones are provided for in their absence. This is certainly understandable as that is one of the primary functions of the average estate plan. When you think about protecting and providing for your loved ones, however, your death is not the only reason to have a plan in place. What happens if you become incapacitated tomorrow? Do you have a plan in place that protects you and your loved ones for that potential scenario? [Read more…] The post Can Estate Planning Lawyers Help with Incapacity Planning? appeared first on Hedeker Law.