There is a growing problem with how aging clients are appointing people to assist them with financial matters. Fortunately, it’s a problem that advisers can play a vital role in helping to fix.

Often clients appoint surrogates for when, at some indeterminate date in the future, the client becomes incapable of making their own financial decisions.

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