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Power of Attorney and Public Guardianship - Toronto Central

A Power of Attorney is a legal document naming a specific person to act on your behalf (sometimes called a substitute decision maker) in case you become incapable of making your own decisions. There are three kinds of Power of Attorney: personal care (health care and housing); continuing property (financial affairs); non-continuing property (short-term management of financial affairs).

Public Guardianship programs are operated by the province which is responsible for investigating the need to appoint a guardian for people who are mentally incapable. The government may serve as a guardian in cases where no one else is available or willing.

 
These services serve all or part of Toronto Central
Consent and Capacity Board  
151 Bloor St W, 10th Fl, Toronto, ON  M5S 2T5
416‑327‑4142
Ontario. Ministry of the Attorney General - Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee (The)  
Atrium on Bay, 595 Bay St, Suite 800, Toronto, ON  M5G 2M6
Intake: 416‑327‑6683
Guardianship Investigations: 416‑314‑2642


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