Kristie L. Kahl: After a patient receives a diagnosis, what are some areas in particular that they can and should plan ahead for?
Monica Fawzy Bryant, Esq.: Well, in an ideal world, we would hope that people would do these things even prior to a diagnosis, but certainly it is not too late once a diagnosis has happened. But there are some documents that are really useful to have in place, and along with those documents, the conversations around them. So I think that everyone over the age of 18, there’s a couple of legal documents that they should have. That includes a basic will, a power of attorney for financial affairs and an Advanced Health Care Directive. It can be a little bit overwhelming because when you often talk about planning ahead and estate planning, it’s emotional. And it can be tough to have those conversations particularly after