Libby Holding: Three important considerations in assessing mental capacity

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Libby Holding: "There is not one universal level of capacity that applies."
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Libby Holding: "There is not one universal level of capacity that applies."

In the UK around one person develops dementia every three minutes, writes Libby Holding, and so mental capacity is a growing area of interest among those operating in the will-writing and estate management market

The increasing importance of mental capacity is not only a result of the population living longer. It is also a combination of the numbers of people suffering from dementia and related conditions i...

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