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Power of Attorney

Creating an Estate Plan for 2021

The arrival of a New Year is the time that many of us like to make resolutions. And while that usually means thinking about things that...

Levy Zavet – The Misconceptions Between Guardianship and Power of Attorney

If a person becomes incapable of making decisions for themselves, a family member, close friend, or another person or sometimes even a trust corporation often receives...

What happens if you die without a will?

DID YOU KNOW IF YOU DIE WITHOUT A WILL IN ONTARIO?And you are married, have children and your assets are worth more than $200,000, your surviving...

Guardians of the Property of Minor Children

No one, including parent or custodian, has an inherent right to possess or control property or assets otherwise belonging to a minor child. They can, however,...

Appointing a legal guardian for the mentally incapable.

To become a court appointed guardian of property; there are two procedures: the “standard procedure” and the “summary disposition procedure”. The second procedure needs two assessments...

YOUR DUTIES UNDER A POWER OF ATTORNEY FOR PROPERTY AND FOR PERSONAL CARE

It is an obligation of the attorney for property to find and read the grantor’s will so as to ensure that assets specifically given in the...

POWER OF ATTORNEY FOR PROPERTY

The common law of agency, broadly speaking, constitute the powers of attorney. This relationship of an agency is established when one person, principal, donor or grantor...