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Protecting an incapable loved one is easier than you think.

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Moving: Does an incapable person’s opinion matter?

(July 11, 2019) For health and safety reasons, an incapable person may need to be moved to a facility that provides medical care, assistance, or other services not available at home.

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Can an incapable person stay at the cottage alone?

(July 9, 2019) Grandpa is accustomed to spending his weekends alone at the cottage—a tradition that’s come to mean a lot to him in the past few years. But now that he’s incapable, can he continue to stay at the cottage alone?

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Tool rentals and the incapable person

(July 5, 2019) It’s a sunny day and the incapable person under your legal representation wants to do some landscaping work at home. They want to rent some tools from the hardware store, but to do so they need to sign a rental agreement. Is that possible? It all depends on their degree of incapacity.

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