End of Life Issues
Without a radical change in care structure, more British people than ever before will be dying in a distressing way, and in a place they dont want to be, according to the National Council for Palliative Care. What can be done to buck this distressing trend?
Nobody really knows what happens to us in death. What is certain, however, is that it will happen to all of us. When a disease like cancer is involved, it pays to understand the changes that will occur along that path.
When challenges are presented to us in life, such as ill health, disability or problems relating to old age, the last thing we wish to face are difficulties with managing our financial and personal affairs. Here, Elaine Roche, a Solicitor with JMW, introduces us to the importance of making a Will.
Arranging a funeral can be one of the most stressful things you'll ever have to do, especially as it often follows the death of someone close. That's why more and more people are now choosing to talk openly about their end of life plans, putting everything in place whilst they're still fit and able.