Books of Interest

Les Kotzer
The WILLs Lawyer

THE WILLS LAWYERS: THEIR STORIES OF:
Money, inheritance, greed, family and… BETRAYAL

We hope you will enjoy reading this book. Some of the stories may shock you; some may make you angry; others may touch your heart; and, some of the stories may make you smile or even laugh. We have co-authored three other books, entitled The Family Fight, The Family War (with Jordan Atin, a certified specialist in estates and trusts law) and, Where There’s an Inheritance. In each of these books, you will find many stories from inside our world of working with people as they prepare their wills, execute the wills of others, and, navigate through the myriad of complications involving money, inheritance, greed, family, and betrayal. Our previous books have been featured in major media outlets across North America, and each book has drawn enthusiastic response from the public at large. We have written this fourth book to address innumerable requests for even more stories from our world……………….

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Les Kotzer
The Family Fights (Canadian Version)

The focus of this book is estate planning with a view to avoiding family fighting. By way of an introduction, let us briefly highlight some of the issues which we will be discussing. We will begin with an introduction to two of the most important documents you will ever sign during your life. These documents consist firstly of the Continuing Power of Attorney for Property, sometimes referred to as the Enduring Power of Attorney for Property, which will enable you to appoint someone you trust to look after your financial affairs in the event that you become incapable of making financial decisions for yourself. For the purpose of abbreviation for the rest of this book, that document will be referred to as “the Continuing Power of

Attorney for Property”. The second of these documents is referred to as the Power of Attorney for Personal Care, which enables you to appoint someone you trust to make personal and health care decisions for you in the event that, by reason of your incapacity, you become unable to do so for yourself. We will be discussing issues to think about regarding these documents and specifically, what to think about when you set them up so that you will avoid or at least minimize family fights in the event of your incapacity.

We all like to think that we are going to be healthy and will live forever. However, the facts of life do not support this kind of a wish we plan ahead.

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