Appoint someone you trust to handle your financial affairs with this Nova Scotia Enduring Power of Attorney, under the Powers of Attorney Act.
- Everyone should make a Power of Attorney. It's an essential part of your estate planning.
- The person you appoint as your attorney will have the power and authority to handle your money, assets and property.
- The Power of Attorney does NOT grant your attorney the authority to make medical decisions for you.
- The form includes an Affidavit of Execution for the witness, and notes and instructions to help you understand and complete your Power of Attorney.
This Nova Scotia Enduring Power of Attorney is downloadable and easy to use.
Last Updated: 23-January-2021