Power of Attorney

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Why Should BC Residents Have A Power Of Attorney?

A Power of Attorney in which a trusted person is provided legal authority to handle your financial and legal affairs in the event of mental incapacity

Your attorney is responsible for making decisions about your property, financial affairs, personal life, and medical care, if in the event of an emergency if you are unable to do so yourself. In many cases, you can also help your attorney by outlining these decisions in advance.
Despite what many people believe, power of attorney is not only for seniors and those considering end-of-life-care. POA documents offer protection in the event of incapacitation, regardless of your age. This includes anything from physical accidents to medical emergencies.
A power of attorney is something you never hope will come into effect, but it can protect your finances, health, and personal decisions if you were to become incapacitated. A great way to think of your POA as a form of disability insurance, it protects you while you’re alive. In contrast, your legal will would be like a form of life insurance, which takes care of your loved ones after you pass away.

What Is The Difference Between
A Will And A Power Of Attorney In BC?

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