Power of Attorney - Canada
LegalVersion app can be used to create a custom-made Power of Attorney in Canada (except Quebec). Our detail instruction guide you through each step of online form, The app validate your data and give you the option to save your form in the middle and complete later.START
This type of Power of Attorney covers property deals with your personal possessions and finances.
A Power of Attorney is a legal document that gives someone else the right to act on your behalf. Such as paying your bills, sell or buy your properties, Our online application guide you to complete, validate and generate pdf file for your power of attorney. Your Power of Attorney will be customized for your provenience, This product is designed for clients from all Canadian provinces and territories (Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Saskatchewan, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Yukon) except Quebec,
Your final document can be signed in front of witnesses to become a legally binding document. Notary public service (additional fee) is also available to seal your legal documents
Purchased and Free versions are available
- Templates are reviewed and updated by local lawyers
- Step by step instruction
- Data validation on critical items
- Save your form in middle and complete later
- Additional feature of purchased version (Recommended)
- Comprehensive template which covers detail legal sections for your need
- Ability to modify your document after completion in one year
- Check list and warning for common issues
- Email support
Power of Attorney is a legal document by which a person, the Grantor, appoints one or more persons (attorneys) to act on his/her behalf
If you are not able to act and you want to someone you trust to act on your behalf.
In most jurisdictions you must be at least 18 years old to make a Power of Attorney
Note: In the case of complicated estate, it may be best to have an attorney help you write the power of attorney.
A - Operation location The location which your power of attorney will be used, your power of attorney will be customized according to your providence and country
B - Personal information - Grantor is the person want to give someone else authority to act on his/her behalf, you will receive pdf version of your legal document through your email.
C - Attorney is the person you want to act on your behalf, Your attorney can be anyone that you trust and it is not necessary to be a lawyer, you can add one or more attorneys
D - Power of attorney type There are two type of power of attorney, 'General' or 'Limited', General power of attorney means you give full authority to your attorney(s), Limited power of attorney means you give specific authority on specific item, such as selling your apartment at 122-1000 Yonge St,Toronto, ON.
E - Expiration date You can select expiration date for your power of attorney, if you don't select expiration date your power of attorney will be valid (continuing) until you revoke your power of attorney in writing
F - Attorney compensation You can specify a flat rate compensation for your attorney(s), no compensation or your attorney(s) can be compensated by power attorney act
G - Conditions and restrictions You can add conditions and restrictions which is not covered in previous sections
Grantor The person want to give someone else authority to act on his/her behalf.
Appointment To assign someone else (your attorney) to act on your behalf
Attorney The person you want to act on your behalf, Your attorney can be anyone that you trust and it is not necessary to be a lawyer
Alternate attorney will take on the role of your primary attorney if your primary attorney is unable to act.
General Power of Attorney it will give full authority to your attorney to act on your behalf on all of your assets and duties.
Limited Power of Attorney it will give specific authority to your attorney on specific item, such as sell your car with pin number 111111.
Power of Attorney's Expiration date You can specify expiration date for your power of attorney, if you don't specify an expiration date, Your power of attorney will be valid (continuing) until you revoke it in writing
Compensation You can specify compensation for your attorney as a flat rate, no compensation or compensation according to power of attorney act