The power to make decisions for a loved one as a Power of Attorney (POA), especially on financial and health-related issues, is an enormous responsibility. Many people who become new POA’s, struggle to find the information and support they need to make confident decisions on behalf of those who entrust them. This session arms you with helpful information in key areas related to being an effective POA, including capacity, consent, and working with health and financial institutions.
Interested in learning more about being a Power of Attorney (POA)? Join Laura Tamblyn Watts, an expert in elder law and CEO of CanAge (Canada’s National Seniors’ Advocacy Organization) and feature guest speaker Kimberly A. Whaley, CS / LLM / TEP Certified Specialist In Estates and Trust Law and CanAge Fellow. In an educational speaker session and explore resources in learning the ways of a Power of Attorney.
Date: May 27, 2021
Time: 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. ET