Protect Your Elderly Parents
This book is a guide for those who wish to become their parents' trustee so that their interests are protected as they age.
This is intended for a Canadian audience.
Number of pages: 120
Product Description for Protect Your Elderly Parents:
- Decide how much help is needed
- Follow step-by-step checklists
- Give your parent the care he or she deserves
- Legal in all provinces except Quebec
Don't let a stranger make important decisions for your family!
As we age, questions about our parents' physical or mental health and well-being or financial capabilities may arise, and often it's difficult to figure out how to start helping them, or we simply can't afford to.
More and more of us are faced with caring for elderly parents. Becoming your parent's guardian and/or trustee enables you to make decisions for them when they can no longer make decisions for themselves. Protect Your Elderly Parents: Become Your Parents' Guardian or Trustee helps you to answer these questions and provides the necessary forms and resources you need to take over as guardian and/or trustee, so that you can ensure your parents have the best care available in their later years -- care from a loved one, not a stranger. Plus, all the legal forms you'll need are included, so you'll save money on lawyer's fees!
The CD-ROM contains standard forms for all jurisdictions as well as those specific to your province or territory such as:
- Step-by-step checklists for you to follow
- Initial, Opening and Closing Inventory forms
- Income and Expenses forms
- Guardianship and Trusteeship forms for the courts
Product Specification for Protect Your Elderly Parents:
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|Author||Lynne Butler, BA, LLB|
|Author Detail||Lynne is a lawyer and author who has worked in estate planning and law for over 20 years. She is a member of the Society of Trust & Estate Practitioners, Mensa Canada, the Canadian Bar Association, and the Canadian Association of Gift Planners. She is a frequent speaker on will and estate matters. She currently lives in St. John's, NL, Canada. Read Lynne's blog at: http://estatelawcanada.blogspot.com/|
|Edition||First Edition (updated)|
|Size||8¼ x 9¾|
|About the CD||The CD works with all recent versions of Microsoft Windows, Apple OS X, Linux, and Solaris.|
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News and Reviews
Lynda Steele of Global TV Edmonton talks to Lynne Butler about this book (Link will open a new window. Close it to return here).
Lynne Butler has twice been interviewed on CitvTV’s Breakfast Television in Edmonton. In the first interview she discussed the basics of planning for incapacity and the do’s and dont’s of will and estate planning.
In the second interview she discussed the essentials of estate planning documents.