AZCentral:  “A lot of people tend to put off big financial and estate-planning decisions — roughly half of Americans don't have a will, for example.

But when a diagnosis for dementia enters the picture, it tends to add urgency.

Alzheimer's and other age-related diseases that affect mental health not only complicate daily life but can strain family relationships and drain your finances. It's wise to research options as early as possible and to put plans in place while you're still capable.”