One of the challenges of end-of-life planning is that it involves many separate elements. What medical care do you want when you can’t speak for yourself? Who do you trust to manage your financial affairs if you are no longer capable of doing so yourself? How do you want people to remember you after you die?
A quick google search will provide many answers, but they are usually superficial and often wrong.
This book is a terrific resource for those who truly want to put their affairs in order. It is both painstakingly researched and a pleasure to read. The author uses clear diagrams, helpful checklists, periodic summaries and gentle humour to help readers understand the decisions required and make better ones as a result.
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