Wealth Matters

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October 2018

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Substitute Decision-Maker Appointments: Toward Uniform Recognition

Emily Smyth

When making plans for the future, many individuals create documents appointing substitute decision-makers to make decisions on their behalf in the event they become incapacitated. In Canada, there are generally two types of appointments, governing decisions in different spheres of...


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