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Planning for Incapacity: Representation Agreements and Powers of Attorney

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Worried about who will take care of your affairs if you are not able to? Learn more about these two important documents, including when and how to make them:

  • A power of attorney agreement gives someone you designate the legal power to take care of your financial and legal matters.
  • A representation agreement can be used to give one or more representatives the legal power to make health care and personal care decisions for you.

Presenter Jack Micner is a wills and estates lawyer with Spry Hawkins Micner in Richmond, BC. In addition to offering his popular presentations for People’s Law School, Jack also donates his expertise to groups at Worksafe BC, UBC Continuing Studies, and community groups.

When: 
Wednesday, September 18, 2019 - 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
Where: 
Vancouver Public Library - Dunbar Branch
4515 Dunbar Street
Vancouver, BC V6S 2G7

Registration not required. For more information call 604-665-3968.

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