Assault & Violent Offences

Leaving behind a last will and testament is very important as it allows you to decide what happens with your property and belongings upon your death. If you pass away without a will then the Ontario Succession Reform Act will dictate how the distribution is allocated.

Power of Attorney for Personal Care

A power of attorney is required if a person is going to be unavailable for a long period of time or if they are incapacitated, they need to select a person to make decisions on their behalf.

Your chosen power of attorney will be able to make decisions on your behalf for the following matters:

Power of Attorney for Property

A power of Attorney under this sections is needed when you are incapable of making financial decisions, these include the following matters:

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