Record number of LPAs registered in S'pore as Covid-19 prompts hard look at end-of-life issues

The record figure is the latest development in a societal shift that has seen growing preparation for end-of-life care. PHOTO: LIANHE ZAOBAO
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SINGAPORE - Five years ago, the Estrops started planning their wills.

They were "very specific" about what they wanted to bequeath, says Mrs Evon Estrop, 60, the managing director of CS Mobility, a firm that provides relocation services for expatriates. Her husband Peter Estrop, a retired chief warrant officer in the Singapore Armed Forces, is 62.

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