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There are two basic ways of planning for incapacity. These are through a Power of Attorney and by a Representation Agreement.
A power of Attorney is a document under which an adult (the “donor”) grants another person the power to administer or manage the donor’s financial and legal affairs. At common law once the donor is incapable, the power of attorney ceases to be usable, to remedy this defect the provincial government introduced an “enduring power of attorney” which takes care of when the donor becomes incapable.
The Representation Agreement address a fundamental limitation of powers of attorney, allowing an adult to give another person (the representative) the power to make health care and personal decisions for them (in addition to the routine management of the adult’s financial affairs).
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No. Making a Power of Attorney is voluntary. No one can be forced to make one.
The term “attorney” refers to the person or persons you have chosen to act on your behalf. The person does not have to be a lawyer.
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