Legal Essentials: Wills, Estate Administration, Conveyancing
In Advance Care Directives you are able to include Values Directives and Instructional Directives to provide your Medical Treatment Decision Maker with guidelines on what you would like to happen should you lose capacity and are unable to make medical decisions on your own. An Instructional directive should only be completed if you know exactly…
On 12 March 2018 the laws in relation to Medical Powers of Attorney changed. To help you understand the changes, we will be writing a 3 part article series – welcome to Part 1! The main changes to the legislation were: They are no longer referred to as Medical Powers of Attorney but instead Appointment…
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