The issue of mental capacity

September 2015
Money Marketing;9/24/2015, Issue 1502, p46
In this article, the author discusses issue of mental capacity among people over 55 in making decision about their financial future. Four factors should be considered to decide whether the client is unable to make decision which includes understanding of client on information relevant to decision, whether client retain the information and can the client communicate their decision.


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