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August 2016 Archives

Powers of attorney and guardianship: 2 ways to protect a vulnerable loved one

Canadians are living longer than ever before, and with longer lifetimes come increasing concerns about the possibility of dementia and mental incapacity. An essential way to plan for the possibility of one's own incapacity is to draft these two documents: power of attorney for personal care and power of attorney for property.

Tips for safeguarding an inheritance

Family dynamics often have a bearing on how smoothly wealth passes from one generation to the next. At Hagel Lawfirm, we have seen how differences among family members can have a negative impact on the value of an estate, and we work with our clients to help them avoid such an outcome.

Learn more about powers of attorney and guardianship in Ontario

In light of our recent post on a legal dispute involving an Ontario man who was sentenced to jail for stealing from his father, now is a fitting time to discuss estate planning as it relates to powers of attorney and other forms of incapacity planning.