Living Wills Kit (download version)

This is intended for a Canadian audience.

ISBN: 978-1-77040-000-9

Everything you need to prepare a living will, a representation agreement, or a health care directive appropriate to the province or territory of your residence. Written by a Canadian lawyer for Canadians.

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Choose who will make health care decisions for you if you are unable to make them yourself. 

What would happen if you became incapacitated tomorrow? Who would take care of you? Who do you trust to make decisions for you about health care, medical intervention, and personal care?

The traditional living will only allows you to make statements about your end-of-life choices, but with this kit you can draw up legally binding directives that appoint a substitute decision maker and give instructions for how decisions are to be made.

This kit contains information and instructions for all provinces and territories. It includes directives and forms you can fill out to leave clear, precise instructions that express your fundamental values and beliefs.

Written by Tom Carter, BA, MA, LLB.

 

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Market Canada
Operating System This is a 2.23 MB ZIP compressed file containing a folder with the instructions. It can be used on any recent Windows, Macintosh, or Linux operating system. The kit requires an internet connection and MS Word or equivalent word processor.
File Size 2.23 MB
ISBN 978-1-77040-000-9
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Author Details - Tom Carter, BA, MA, LLB

Tom Carter operated a private law practice for nearly 20 years, dedicated to meeting the complex legal needs of our aging population. His specialization included wills and estates, incapacity planning, and adult guardianship and trusteeship. In 1999 he closed the practice to take a position as a senior trust officer and estate consultant with Canada Trust, and is now teaching law at Grant MacEwan University in Edmonton. Carter has been an instructor for the Alberta Bar Admission Course (wills and estates) and has published several articles on aging and relevant legal issues. He is the author of Alberta Incorporation Kit, Write Your Legal Will in 3 Easy Steps, and So You've Been Appointed Executor for Self-Counsel Press.

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