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Powers Of Attorney & Representation Agreements

Eliminating Uncertainty For Powers Of Attorney And Representation Agreements Planning

The lawyers at Porter Ramsay LLP have been providing high-quality power of attorney and representation agreement drafting. Our lawyers take the time to determine your needs and goals, and prepare a valid document that will protect your future as well as the future of your loved ones.

Planning Ahead In Case Of Incapacity

Planning ahead involves considering your needs in case of incapacity. Power of attorney and representation agreements are legal tools that grant authority to an individual to make decisions on your behalf when it comes to legal, financial and personal care matters. Failing to have these planning tools in place means you will not determine the person who will make these crucial decisions for you.

Our lawyers will provide support when you decide on alternate decision makers in case of incapacity. We have decades of experience advising clients on such matters and can provide strategic advice about your options. Then we will draft a solid power of attorney or representation agreement that respects and safeguards your choices.

Schedule A Consultation With Us

Let us help shoulder the legal burden when drafting a power of attorney and representation agreement. Call 250-763-7646 or email us.

Porter Ramsay lawyers practicing in Wills And Estates:
Tim

Tim Brown

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Chris

Chris Wendell

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Don

Don Wilkinson

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April Wilkinson

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Tel: 250-763-7646

Fax: 250-762-9960

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