Saskatchewan residents, make an Enduring Power of Attorney Appointing a Personal and Property Attorney with this template form.
- The Enduring Power of Attorney allows you to choose someone as your personal and property attorney, to make lifestyle decisions for you and to look after your property and financial affairs if you are unable to do so, whether due to absence, illness or incapacity.
- You can name the same person to fill both roles, or different people to handle personal decisions and property decisions. You can appoint more than one person as your attorney, to act jointly or separately, as you direct.
- A personal attorney can make decisions about where you live, your social activities, what sort of education or training you receive, and any other powers you decide to give him/her, but CANNOT make health care decisions for you.
- The Power of Attorney form includes a Legal Advice and Witness Certificate, and a Non-Lawyer Witness Certificate (if required).
- The form also includes information about making a Power of Attorney and instructions on how to complete the form.
The Saskatchewan Enduring Power of Attorney Appointing a Personal and Property Attorney
form is available in Microsoft Word format. Fully editable and easy to use.