Description - Living Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney by Mark Fairweather
The Pocket Lawyer series is designed for members of the public who want 'how to' guidance in situations that would normally require expert advice. Each title: Is written by experts in their field Contains all the information you need in one book Has an accessible and user-friendly layout and structure Is supported by a companion website providing free updates and ready-to-use documents and letters A living will is an advance refusal of medical treatment. It is used by people who have decided that they do not want their life to be prolonged artificially should they become incurably ill and incapable of communicating their wishes to doctors. If such an eventuality is a concern,and you would prefer to receive only basic care and be allowed to die with dignity, then you should make a living will. This book allows you to decide whether a living will is for you and offers a plain English living will to make your wishes known. An Enduring Power of Attorney is the legal authority for someone you trust to handle your financial affairs if you become mentally incapable of doing so. If you do not grant an EPA, a court will step in and a stranger will control your affairs.
This book shows you how to grant an EPA allowing those you trust to manage your affairs.
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(234mm x 156mm x mm)
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Author Biography - Mark Fairweather
Mark Fairweather is a practising solicitor, and is one of the founding partners of the legal firm Fairweather Stephenson Co. Rosy Border, co-author of this title and series editor of the Pocket Lawyer series, has a first class honours degree in French and has worked in publishing, lecturing, journalism and the law. A prolific author and adapter, she stopped counting after 150 titles.