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I want to keep them accountable for actions they've taken. They put a piece of paper in front of her and they changed the living will. She had short term memory loss, 2 witnesses and there you go it was changed to benefit the executors. That doesn't seem like it's too legal when she has an attorney set up a big family living trust. Doesn't she have to go into the attorney?

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A living will is a written statement detailing a person's desires regarding their medical treatment in circumstances in which they are no longer able to express informed consent, especially an advance directive. How does the change to her medical treatment desires benefit executors when considering executors cannot do anything until after death and has nothing to do with money?
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Rosie, where are you getting your information about a) what your aunt's arrangements were before and b) what they are now that they have been amended?
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