|*||What's Wrong with Existing Laws?|
The Estate of Irving Fields
Includes testimony of Defendant, doctors, lawyers and others.
Also provides insight into clinical settings, legal considerations, etc.
|*||"Wills, Testamentary Capacity and Undue Influence", by I. Perr, MD, JD|
|*||"Undue Influence and Written Documents: Psychological Aspects", by M. Singer, Ph.D.|
|*||"Testamentary Capacity: History, Physicians’ Role, Requirements, and Why Wills Are Challenged", by Drs. Ryan and Richard Hall et. al.|
Links to Other Information In Print and on the Internet
Includes useful search criteria, reports of other cases, etc.
||Proposed Legal Reforms|
1. Timely Interviews Subject To Reasonable Forensic Standards
2. "Conditionally" Irrevocable Trusts
3. "Self-Proved" Advance Declarations
|*||Ohio Revised Code §2107.081 - §2107.085 (Proposed Amendment)|
|*||Questions That Underscore the Need for the Proposed Legal Reforms|
2005 White House Conference on Aging (Proposal)
Based Upon ORC §2107.081 - §2107.085
Older Americans Act (Proposal)
In re. 2005 White House Conference on Aging Top-Ranked Resolution
|*||Ohio Physicians' Elder Abuse Prevention Project Trust Talk Report|
|*||Harborview Medical Center's Elder Abuse Diagnostic and Intervention Protocol|
Ohio Legislative History, 1993-2000
Includes OSBA opinions, Ohio LSC memoranda, etc.
|*||Michigan State Bar Association Materials Concerning Elder Abuse|
|*||New Michigan Law Regarding "Self-Proved" Wills|
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