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Practitioners in both the legal and medical world have discovered that there is an optimal and suboptimal way to talk to senior clients. These insights into effective communication are especially helpful for lawyers dealing with clients in stressful situations who need to solicit cooperation without frightening or overly worrying their clients. Senior communication skills are vital to anyone who deals with aging clients in their legal practice, including corporate, estate planning and litigation.
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