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Discussion week 12
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Instructional Objectives for this activity:
Distinguish euthanasia from physician assisted suicide, including the legal and ethical aspects of each.
Join your classmates and your instructor for a discussion of physician assisted suicide.
Please respond to all of the following prompts:
If you or a close family member or friend were terminally ill, would
you consider physician-assisted suicide as a means of terminating
If your answer is "yes," what conditions would have to exist?
If an elderly client of your law firm asked your personal advice on this practice, how would you respond?
Should the practice be banned, or legalized?
What possible abuses might accompany legalized physician-assisted suicide?
The minimum expectation for class discussions is to respond directly to
each part of the discussion prompt and to respond to at least two other
posts, either by a student or instructor, by the end of the week:
Submit one main post responding directly to each part of the discussion prompt.
This should be a substantive response to the topic(s) in your
own words, referencing what you have discovered in your required reading
and other learning activities.
You may use resources in addition to your textbook that support
your post(s); however, you must mention the source(s) that you used in
Reply to at least two posts. Responses can be made to students or to your instructor.
question from student number one:
RE: Main Post Bianca Reynolds 7/5/2013 8:17:21 PM
I have to disagree with your opinion that it shouldn't be legalized
because some patients want it and it really happens everyday when people
are taken off of life-support and end up dying. Some people feel as if
they really aren't living if they are suffering so they should go on and
die because they are usually already depressed and feel like they have
nothing to live for. I do, however, agree that it could cause problems
when it comes to making sure it is what the patient wanted. I think that
the patient's consent should be gotten before the illness takes place
to ensure that is what they want.
Then reply at least 4 sentences about what she said regarding our post above,
Then just one more:
Mark as Unread RE: Main Post-Kayla Instructor Todd 7/1/2013 11:12:27 PM
I certainly see why you would want this decision to be in the hands of
the patient Kayla. However how can a doctor gauge the clarity of
thought of a patient who wants to die because of extreme pain/illness,
yet is highly medicated? Pain can definitely affect a person's thought
process as can medication. If you seek clarity of thought from the
patient by alleviating the pain, how can you then rely on the patient's
decision if made while heavily medicated? Conversely, if you stop
medicating so as to achieve clarity of thought yet the patient is now
making a decision based on a state of mind of extreme pain, how can a
physician be certain that the patient is sure? Also, make sure to refer
a client to the attorney for advice on the state of the law and
advanced directive options.
Then last thing respond 4 sentnces no cover page no nothing just write 12 point double space thats all.
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Financial planning necessarily involves an understanding of tax laws and how they affect your elderly client's estate.
Respond to the following:
What is an estate tax?
What are the advantages and disadvantages of estate tax?
What should Elder Law professionals do to protect a client's estate under this tax law?
Discuss the concepts of taxable estate and gross estate.
What is a generation-skipping transfer tax?
What is a gift tax? What are the gift tax exemptions?
What is a life estate? What is its use in estate planning? How is it created? What are its advantages and disadvantages?
What is a trust? What are the different tpes of trusts that can be created?
What are the advantages and disadvantages of each of the different types of trusts?
What is a reverse mortgage? Who is eligible for a reverse mortgage? What are its advantages and disadvantages?
also use APA format and references that match