Much more than the disposition of worldly goods must be considered when preparing legal documents for end-of-life situations. This article stresses the necessity of client autonomy in preparing dispositional gifts as well as decision planning for medical care and treatment for senior citizens, and also explains the concept of Generatively: the desire to contribute to the well-being of . . . future generations.
de St. Aubin, Ed; Baer, Sheila; and Miller, Joan Ravenelli
"Elders and End-of-Life Medical Decisions: Legal Context, Psychological Issues, and Recommendations to Attorneys Serving Seniors ,"
Marquette Elder's Advisor:
2, Article 5.
Available at: http://scholarship.law.marquette.edu/elders/vol7/iss2/5