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Sometimes, the trust in a power of attorney is misplaced

In creating an estate plan, British Columbia residents often execute documents not meant to handle their affairs after death, but instead, to handle them if they become incapacitated. They appoint a power of attorney to act on their behalf when they cannot make decisions for themselves. The creator of the document believes the person chosen to take on this crucial responsibility is trustworthy and will fulfill their obligations to the incapacitated person.

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