About Power of Attorney
In Ontario, the law provides for your making Powers of Attorney for Property, Financial, and Personal Care. Under certain circumstances, these documents allow you to grant someone the authority to make decisions on your behalf. The authority can be granted when you become incapable of making financial, property, or healthcare decisions. Should you not have Powers of Attorney in place when you become incapable, the process of getting one appointed is significantly more costly and complex. It is always best to choose someone who knows your wishes and that you can trust instead of someone being appointed for you.
At AG Lawfirm, our experience will ensure your Powers of Attorney accurately reflect your wishes.