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What is a Power of Attorney?

A Power of Attorney is a legally binding document that gives the person you appoint as your attorney the legal power to take care of financial and legal matters on your behalf. Among other things, these might include paying bills, depositing or withdrawing funds from your bank account or selling your house. All actions and…
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Setting-up a Trust to Care for a Disabled Child After Death

As the parent of a child with a disability, you may find yourself worrying about your child’s financial security after you pass away. As a result, you may have set aside significant savings for your child to use after you are deceased. In order to pass the funds on to your child in a financially…
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How do marriage, separation and divorce affect my will?

Under the new Wills, Estates and Succession Act, if you make a will before you get married, divorced or separated, your will continues to be valid even after one of these events occur. However, the impact on your will as a result of one of these events occurring after you have executed a will tend…
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