Power of Attorney
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Power of Attorney from People's Law School tells you how a power of attorney can be used to give someone the authority to take care of your financial and legal affairs. It explains the types of power of attorney, who can be an attorney, their powers and responsibilities as attorney, and how to end such an arrangement.
- Preparing a Power of Attorney
- Enduring Power of Attorney
- Ending a Power of Attorney
- Common Questions
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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. 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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