It is always a difficult situation when a loved one develops some form of dementia and gradually slips into incapacity. It is even more troubling when well-meaning family members end up in a legal dispute over who should assume legal responsibility for the financial and personal care of the patient. In recent years, Canadian legislatures have passed laws intended to make ...
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