Enduring Power Of Attorney Form
WHAT IS, WHY YOU NEED, AND HOW TO MAKE YOUR ENDURING POWER OF ATTORNEY
AKA ENDURING POWER OF ATTORNEY DOCUMENT
Your CanLaw Durable Power of Attorney (POA) appoints the individual you designate
to pay your bills and manage your affairs if you are incapacitated and unable to do so yourself.
You can also revoke it at any time.
WHY YOU SIMPLY MUST HAVE A
POWER OF ATTORNEY FOR PROPERTY
SUPPOSE YOU HAVE A HEART ATTACK OR A STROKE. OR YOU ARE SERIOUSLY INJURED IN A CAR ACCIDENT AND ARE UNABLE TO LOOK AFTER YOUR AFFAIRS?
You must have arrangements for a trusted person to handle them for you.
You do this by creating a POA (Power of Attorney form) designating a trusted person to manage your affairs, and any and all financial decisions while you cannot.
The person you want to act in your name, must have a legally binding, properly signed and witnessed Power Of Attorney to act on your behalf.
You can only give this authority by naming someone to act for you in a continuing Power of Attorney for Property. CanLaw's Power of Attorney kit contains all you need to do this vital document. You should have it prepared and available in advance of need.
If You Are Unable To Act For Yourself, All Your Financial Assets Will Be Frozen
Many people wrongly believe that their spouse, a friend or family member can act for them if something happens and they are unable to make decisions for themselves.
This is not true. If you are unable to act for yourself, all your financial assets will be frozen and the government may step in and appoint a stranger to control your assets.
DID YOU KNOW?
If you become unable to act for yourself
Your Spouse Cannot Access Your Bank Accounts To Pay Essential Ongoing Bills like your rent or mortgage, car payments, or even to pay for food for your family.
Even your spouse would have to produce a valid Power of Attorney
Include a Power of Attorney, Living Will and Last will and be sure to appoint an executor when you do your estate planing.
ENDURING POWER OF ATTORNEY HOW TO MAKE YOURS, WHAT & WHY YOU NEED ONE
WOULDN'T YOU PREFER that your spouse or trusted friend or family member handle your financial affairs rather then some government appointed stranger?
This could happen if you do not take the time to prepare a CanLaw Power of Attorney for Property now, before you need it.
You cannot do this after you become incapacitated.
This Durable Power of Attorney lets the person you appoint pay your bills and manage your affairs if you are unable to do so yourself or if you're incapacitated.
YOU NEED A VALID POWER OF ATTORNEY AT ALL TIMES
CanLaw's Power of Attorney for Property kit is specially prepared by and for Canadians.
It is simple to understand and use, easy to complete, and legally binding until you revoke it.
CanLaw's Power of Attorney for Property kit is complete and has everything you need to protect you, and your loved ones, in the event that you are incapacitated. The kit includes all the necessary preprinted forms and easy to follow instructions.
Power of Attorney laws are set up to protect you from fraud and for other obvious reasons.
Things work very well while you are well and fully capable of managing your own affairs.
But if you fall ill and cannot sign cheques, pay bills or withdraw money from your bank, there is a huge problem.
Your bills, obligations and responsibilities still have to be paid.
Someone must do that for you. That is the main reason you need to have issued a Power of Attorney
These Enduring Power of Attorney forms are designed for Canadian use by non lawyers. You Can Easily Prepare Your Own Enduring Power of Attorney in Minutes. You do not need any legal training or experience.
Your Power of Attorney Will Avoid Bill Paying Problems
Legal Power of Attorney Kit
CanLaw Certified Legal Forms Created By and For Canadians
Valid in all provinces and territories in Canada
You should also have a living will, a last will and testament to cover your estate planning needs and to appoint an executor to handle your estate.
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You get these six complete kits
2 Last Will & Testament Kits
2 Living Will kits
2 Power of Attorney Kits
A $236.00 value for just $196.00
Perfect for couples or parents
CanLaw Enduring Power of Attorney forms are legal, binding and valid for your will, estate planning, living trust in all provinces and territories in Canada.
- CanLaw Power of Attorney forms are valid and legal in Ontario
- Quebec Power of Attorney forms are valid and legal in Quebec
- British Columbia Power of Attorney forms are valid and legal in British Columbia
- Alberta Power of Attorney forms are valid and legal in Alberta
- Saskatchewan Power of Attorney forms are valid and legal in Saskatchewan
- Manitoba Power of Attorney forms are valid and legal in Manitoba
- PEI Power of Attorney forms are valid and legal in PEI
- Nova Scotia Power of Attorney forms are valid and legal in Nova Scotia
- Newfoundland and Labrador Power of Attorney forms are valid and legal in Newfoundland and Labrador
- New Brunswick Power of Attorney forms are valid and legal in New Brunswick
- Yukon Power of Attorney forms are valid and legal in Yukon
- Nunavut Power of Attorney forms are valid and legal in Nunavut
- North West Territories Power of Attorney forms are valid and legal in North West Territories
Power of Attorney forms are Estate Lawyer Approved Probate Court Approved