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A Power of Attorney should be part of every adult’s Personal Planning Documents.
What is a Power of Attorney?
A power of attorney is a legal document that appoints a person or persons to act on your behalf to make non-medical decisions on your behalf should you be unable due to illness, mental incapacity or are unavailable to sign a legal document when it is required. It is a very powerful document and only a person or persons you trust should be named as your Attorney.
Visit Wendy in Vancouver for Notary Services
Wendy’s office is located near David Lam Park in Vancouver. Street parking is available nearby for your convenience. Contact Wendy Fuller Notary Public today to arrange an appointment.
Do You Need to Get Your Power of Attorney Notarized?
In order for a Power of Attorney to be valid, it needs to be notarized. You need to have your signature and that of your Attorney notarized as it verifies that all parties are entering the agreement willingly.
How to Get Your Power of Attorney Notarized
The process will begin by scheduling an interview between the client and the notary. The specifics that the donor wishes to be included in the Powers of Attorney and any limitations to the Powers of Attorney or triggering events will be noted by the notary and the document drawn. The client will then sign the document and the notary will witness their signature. The Attorney does not need to be present for the signing but will need to sign before a notary wherever they are situated in order for the Powers of Attorney to be valid and active.
Contact Wendy Fuller Notary Public in Vancouver for more information about creating a Power of Attorney.
Wendy Fuller Notary Public has been helping people and businesses in Vancouver over 15 years, providing notary services that range from establishing powers of attorney to creating wills.
1333 Homer Street, Vancouver, BC, V6B 5M9