Many individuals know that it is important to have a will to address efficient administration of their estate following death, but they do not always give consideration to planning for possible physical and/or mental incapacity while living. The lawyers at Horne Coupar are well versed in the types of planning tools needed to address incapacity planning including the enduring power of attorney and the healthcare representation agreement.
These documents are used to appoint a trusted relative, friend or professional to manage financial and legal affairs, and to make important health and personal care decisions in the event of incapacity.
WOULD YOU LIKE MORE INFORMATION?
To discuss your incapacity requirements, please contact our paralegal Rosanne Fletcher or her assistant, Rebecca Tyler, at 250-388-6631 to arrange an appointment.