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The title of a recent National Post article is a good summary of new discussions I have had with several clients about personal planning in light of COVID-19.
“Some critically ill COVID-19 patients choosing to die at home rather than be treated with ventilator in ICU”
Here we are in the throes of a worldwide health pandemic and the need for ventilators continues to grow. As COVID-19 infections do battle with a person’s lungs, breathing functions can be crippled. According to the World Health Organization, 1 in 6 COVID-19 patients becomes seriously ill and has difficulty breathing. According to the Journal of the American Medical Association, more than 40% of COVID-19 patients will develop acute respiratory distress syndrome. In such situations, ventilators can keep patients breathing and give their bodies a chance to fight the virus.
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Denese Espeut-Post offers each of her clients 18 years of legal experience and professional training in a reassuring and informative environment. She strives to ensure client confidence in the legal matter being handled and the manner in which it is handled. She takes a great deal of pride in her work and you will see that pride carry through in the service she provides to you.
Denese received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Manitoba in 1997 and her Bachelor of Laws from the University of Alberta in July 2000. She was called to the Alberta Bar in July 2001 and the British Columbia Bar in June 2009. Denese began her legal career with the Federal Department of Justice where she gained extensive experience as a criminal litigator. She consistently and successfully assumed responsibility for several complex litigation matters.
Avery Law Office works with wills and estates planning and administration and real estate conveyancing.
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