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Most would agree that talking about how you want your end-of-life to be with your loved ones is a very difficult conversation to have. When considering what decisions might need to be made by them at this time, however, the importance of having such a conversation becomes apparent. Such decisions could include anything from whether you would prefer to die at home, to whether you would favour end-of-life care when seriously ill over other medical treatments, and even funeral arrangements. Read More at Toronto Estate Law Blog