Who Has Power Of Attorney
Establishing a Power of Attorney can be a potentially emotional process, as it often involves the acceptance that one may not always have the capacity to decide on their own care or assets.
A Power of Attorney creates an individual who has the ability to make decisions for another who no longer has the ability to make their own or to provide for such decisions when injured, ill or on vacation.
There is no obligation for someone with sufficient capacity to create a Power of Attorney or enact it, although without one a non-preferred individual could be appointed to manage affairs in the event of an incident.
Vamos Law assists clients with the following Power of Attorney procedures:
- Continuing Power of Attorney for Property
- Power of Attorney for Personal Care
For a free 30 minute consultation to discuss your case and learn more about establishing a Power of Attorney, contact Vamos Law today.
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- Over 35 Years Family Law Experience
- Friendly, Attentive, & Motivated Staff
- Exclusively Family Law practice
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- Location close to Hamilton’s downtown core
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