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One makes a Power of Attorney to insure your wishes and instructions are followed if you can no longer act for yourselve. In my mothers case that was the rather odd decision to appoint all her 4 children as attorneys … Continue reading
Fiduciaries are supposed to act in the other persons interests. The Substitute Decision Act says the guardian (and attorneys) are “a fiduciary whose powers and duties shall be exercised and performed diligently, with honesty and integrity and in good faith, … Continue reading
Dementia is a difficult disease – especially in the early years. First, it is imperceptible but gradually you are aware that your memory which underpins your reason and judgment, are going. And underneath it all is the recognition of loss … Continue reading