How Does a Lucid Interval Help Estate Planning?
When planning your estate, you might want to take measures to prevent a will contest. One advice Gainesville elder law attorney Shannon Miller gives is to wait until a “lucid interval” to sit down to plan. This means making sure you are in a lucid, alert state of mind — and fully able to understand and stand behind the decisions you are about to take.
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“A lucid interval, which means that they’re having a time period where they can understand me and they can make those decision. It’s really an assessment as to whether or not they understand the value of their assets and what they are giving away.”