Giving Other People Authority to Help You Manage Your Affairs
There are formal and informal ways to give someone permission to help us manage our financial affairs. If you decide to take a more formal step, this information sheet outlines some common options. All of them can be helpful but, in the wrong hands, they can also be harmful. Explore your resources.View PDF
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- BC Centre for Elder Advocacy & Support (BC CEAS)
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- January 2006 i Last date reviewed by a qualified expert to ensure content up-to-date. See "Tips" in Clicklaw content criteria (bottom of pageside menu) for details.
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