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    Ontario Codicil to Will

    $2.29

    Make additions to your Last Will & Testament with this template Codicil to Will form for the Province of Ontario.

    • The Codicil must be executed and witnessed in the same manner as the original Will.
    • If you are making substantial changes to your Will, you should make a new Will instead of doing a codicil to the old one.
    • The document also includes the required form of Affidavit of Execution of Will or Codicil (Form 74.8).
    This Ontario Codicil to Will form is provided in MS Word format, and is totally editable to meet your needs.
    Download Type: Microsoft Word
    SKU: 7836
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    Ontario Power of Attorney for Personal Care

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    Appoint an attorney to make personal care and medical decisions for you with this Ontario Power of Attorney for Personal Care.

    • The Power of Attorney is in accordance with the Ontario Substitute Decisions Act, 1992.
    • This document allows you to appoint someone you trust to make decisions on your behalf in the event that you can no longer do so, with respect to medical treatment and personal matters such as housing, clothing, etc.
    • This Power of Attorney does NOT grant your attorney authority to manage your finances or property.
    • If you give your attorney the power to consent to or refuse medical treatment for you, the power of attorney has the same effect as an advance directive or living will in other provinces.
    • The form includes instructions on how to complete and execute the Power of Attorney to ensure that it is valid.
    This Ontario Power of Attorney for Personal Care is a downloadable legal template which is easy to use and understand.

    Ontario Continuing Power of Attorney for Property

    $12.49

    Appoint an agent (attorney) to manage your finances and property in the event that you can no longer do so, with this Ontario Continuing Power of Attorney for Property.

    • The Power of Attorney is in accordance with the Ontario Substitute Decisions Act, 1992.
    • This document allows you to appoint someone you trust to make decisions on your behalf for issues relating to your property.
    • The Power of Attorney does NOT grant your agent authority to make health care or personal care decisions for you.
    • You can impose conditions and restrictions on your agent's powers as you see fit.
    • You can choose if the power of attorney will come into effect only if you become mentally incapable or if you wish to have it become effective immediately.
    • The form includes instructions on how to fill out the Power of Attorney and how to execute it to ensure that it is valid.
    This Ontario Continuing Power of Attorney for Property template is provided in MS Word format, and is easy to use and understand.

    Canada Will Clause re Insurance Proceeds

    $2.29

    Add this clause to a Will made in Canada to direct how life insurance proceeds are to be distributed.

    • The testator (person making the Will) declares that the proceeds of life insurance policies, except for RRSPs, are to form part of the estate and be paid to the beneficiaries as such.
    • This clause is intended to be considered a declaration within the meaning of the Insurance Act.
    This Canada Will Clause re Insurance Proceeds is a downloadable form in Rich Text Format.

    Estate Planning in Canada: The Key to Effectively Transferring Your Assets

    $12.49

    Estate Planning in Canada: The Key to Effectively Transferring Your Assets is a 10-page package developed by McClure Financial Services to help Canadians learn how to plan for the future.

    The package contains sections on a variety of related topics, including:
    • the reasons you need a solid estate plan,
    • the tax consequences that could arise upon your death,
    • wills and probate,
    • powers of attorney and personal directives,
    • estate shrinkage and liquidity,
    • the estate planning process and an estate plan checklist.
    Estate Planning in Canada: The Key to Effectively Transferring Your Assets is available as a PDF download.