Source: Terra Nova Films
Will Power uses the filmmaker’s personal experiences in saving his ancestral land to provide a powerful framework for action to prepare siblings and their parents for the emotional, financial, and legal challenges that age and death can bring on. It is usually difficult for families to gather and discuss issues related to elder care, estates, and finances, and Will Power provides an entertaining platform to spark much-needed discussions on these too often avoided topics. It is not only a “how to” guide, but more importantly, a “why to” guide that offers the tools and information needed to navigate and complete proper legal planning for seniors. Topics include: fiduciary responsibility, trusts vs. wills, power of attorney, health care proxy, living wills, sibling rivalry, and value and heritage of land.
Link: Will Power
Topics: Caregiving, Cognition/Capacity, Legal, Prevention/Intervention
Access: Order (Fee)
Intended Use: Self-directed Learning
Audience: Advocates, Caregivers, Legal/Law Enforcement
Level: Basic, Intermediate