Power of Attorney
What would you do if you were no longer able to make decisions for yourself after a debilitating disease or event such as a stroke, mental illness, or an accident? An Enduring Power of Attorney allows you to designate who will act on your behalf under circumstances such as these, and will then be able to handle your financial and legal matters.
Who Should Have a Power of Attorney?
This document has great value for anyone who:
- wants to ensure a trusted person will take care of bill-paying, correspondence, and financial management in the event of incapacity or absence;
- may need assistance with daily finances, now or in the future;
- wants to avoid the very lengthy and expensive process of a court-appointed committee, should he or she suddenly become incapable; and
- wants to avoid having the Public Guardian and Trustee take over his or her affairs
Contact us today at 604.682.8988 to find out more about Powers of Attorney.