Use caution when granting power of attorney for property

Powers of attorney are often granted in anticipation of an individual becoming incapable of managing property, but as Toronto wills and estates lawyer Lisa Laredo writes in The Lawyer’s Daily, there are risks associated with granting a continuing power of attorney for property under the Substitute Decisions Act (SDA).

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By | 2018-05-30T22:20:34+00:00 May 1st, 2017|

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Lisa Laredo
Lisa Laredo is a Toronto-based wills & estates, real estate, and commercial lawyer. At Laredo Law, we have the experience and expertise to create the legal structures that will serve your business now and into the future.