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Power of Attorney


A power of attorney agreement gives someone you designate the legal power to take care of your financial and legal matters. This class will cover important questions about the power of attorney document including:

  • When should you make a power of attorney agreement?
  • What are the different types of powers of attorney?
  • What are the attorney's powers and responsibilities?
  • Issues that can arise when no power of attorney is available

Presenter Patricia (Trish) Fedewich is a notary public; her primary areas of practice are transfers of real estate, mortgages, wills, powers of attorney and representation agreements.

Thursday, October 24, 2019 - 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm
Surrey Library - Semiahmoo Branch
1815 152 St
Surrey, BC V4A 9Y9

Register online, or by calling 604-592-6908.

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