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[Free Power of Attorney Documents]

Canadian Power of Attorney

[What is a Power of Attorney?]

Simply answer the questions below to personalize your Power of Attorney

A Power of Attorney is used to give someone you trust the legal authority to manage your financial, property, and/or legal matters. Often, a Power of Attorney is used to ensure that your affairs will be administered according to your wishes in the event that you become mentally or physically incapable. Alternately, it may be convenient for persons who will be away for an extended period, and unable to personally sign documents or make financial and property decisions.

This document is accurate and up to date! It was last reviewed by a lawyer in October 2014.


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Governing Jurisdiction:

Where will the Power of Attorney be used?
Select a province or territory:
 

Donor's Contact Information:

Full Name:
Address:
City:
Nation:
Select a province or territory:
 

Attorney Details:

How many Attorneys do you wish to have?
 

Attorney Contact Information:

Full Name:
Address:
City:
Nation:
Select a province or territory:
 

Alternate Attorney Details:

Do you wish to name any Alternate Attorneys?
Yes No
 

Attorney Compensation/Benefits:

Do you wish your Attorney(s) to be compensated?
 

Power of Attorney Duration:

Do you wish to create an Enduring Power of Attorney (one that will remain effective if you become incapacitated)?
Yes No
This Enduring Power of Attorney will come into effect:
 

Powers Granted:

Do you wish your Attorney(s) to have a general power?
Yes No
Do you wish your Attorney(s) to have specific powers?
Yes No
 

Attorney Responsibilities/Restrictions:

Do you wish your Attorney to prepare financial reports?
Do you wish to restrict the powers of your Attorney?
Yes No
 

Signatures Required:

In Alberta, your Power of Attorney MUST be signed in front of one witness to be valid. The witness cannot be the Attorney, or a spouse or partner of the Attorney or the Donor. To make your document more acceptable at financial institutions and other organizations, we highly recommend the presence of a Notary Public or Commissioner of Oaths. Please choose the appropriate options below.

Do you wish to receive a notary acknowledgement?
Yes No
Acknowledgement will be signed by:
How many witnesses will be signing?
Type of witness certificate:
Do you wish to receive a certificate of independent legal advice?
Yes No
 

Date of Signing, if known:

Do you know when you will be signing this agreement?
Yes No
Month:
Day of month (e.g. 5):
Year (e.g. 2006):
 

Place of Signing:

City:
Nation:
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