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Power of attorney for personal care

This power of attorney for personal care allows you to name a person who will take care of you and make personal care decisions for you if you become incapacitated...more

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Starting from
Starting
from
$15

Available options

Consent to medical care $5
Appointing your Attorney as your litigation guardian in Court $5

Description

  • The power of attorney for personal care, available on this website, will come into effect only in the event of your incapacity.
  • This customized general power of attorney meets the needs of a majority of people wishing to choose a person who can take care of them if they become incapacitated.
  • Your customized power of attorney for personal care will include the main clauses listed in the "Summary" tab.
  • The signing of a general power of attorney for personal care will give your attorney very wide powers to make personal care decisions about your health care and medical treatment, diet, housing, clothing, hygiene, and safety. It is therefore very important to appoint a person whom you know very well and fully trust.
  • For a power of attorney for personal care whereof terms are more complex, please contact your legal advisor.

Summary

Summary of the clauses available for the preparation of your power of attorney for personal care.

  • Identification of the grantor/donor of the power of attorney
  • Revocation
  • Appointment of attorney for personal care
  • Authority to the attorney for personal care
  • Consent to medical care (Optional)
  • Inspection and disclosure of information regarding my physical or mental health
  • Litigation guardian (Optional)
  • Residence
  • Resignation of the attorney for personal care
  • General provisions
  • Effective date and determination of incapacity
  • Acknowledgement
  • Governing Law
  • Interpretation clause
  • Closing formalities

* These fees may be changed within a 60-day notice and in accordance with section 71 of the Code of ethics of notaries.

GST and QST not included.

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