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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.

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Consent and Capacity Board   Toronto
Estate Filing For Your Peace of Mind   Toronto
Ontario. Ministry of the Attorney General - Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee (The)   Toronto
Wellspring - Downtown Toronto   Toronto

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