Power of Attorney
Powers of Attorney, which give one individual responsibility for
managing financial and related affairs of another, have traditionally
proven useful to persons who found themselves unable to attend to
their financial duties on a temporary or permanent basis.  Until
recently, however, Powers of Attorney became void if the person who
had granted them became mentally incompetent.

New Alberta legislation has addressed this problem.  The Enduring
Power of Attorney is an uncomplicated and effective document which
allows individuals to make arrangements for the management of their
affairs upon the future occurrence of a specified event, such as
mental incapacity.  

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