Managing Someone Else's Money
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Managing Someone Else's Money from People's Law School is a guide for the attorney appointed under a power of attorney in British Columbia. It explains the attorney's duties and responsibilities, offers tips to avoid problems, and provides tools to stay organized.
- Power of Attorney Questions & Answers
- What is a power of attorney? · What is the attorney's authority? · Can the adult still manage her own affairs? · Can a power of attorney be changed or revoked? · What if you're concerned about fraud or abuse? · When do your responsibilities as attorney end? · What if you can no longer serve as attorney?
- Four Key Duties of a Fiduciary
- More Things You Should Know
- Keeping the Adult Safe
- Your Attorney Toolkit
Copyright & disclaimer
Managing Someone Else's Money © People’s Law School is, except for the images, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.5 Canada Licence.
At People's Law School, we believe accurate, plain English information can help people take action to work out their legal problems. This resource explains in a general way the law that applies in British Columbia, Canada. It is not intended as legal advice. For help with a specific legal problem, contact a legal professional. Some sources of legal help are highlighted in the "Where to Get Help" section.
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