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Powers of Attorney and Capacity: Practice and Procedure
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With contributions from Bob Aaron (Aaron and Aaron), Rachel Blumenfeld (Miller Thomson) and Marshall Swadron (Swadron Associates) Despite their great value, Powers of Attorney to manage the affairs of incapable persons always have the potential for abuse, especially financial abuse. A successor work to Guide to Powers of Attorney, Powers of Attorney and Capacity: Practice and Procedure expands upon the depth and breadth of the original book to help you to understand and navigate the issues that arise. Powers of Attorney and Capacity: Practice and Procedure covers the legal issues and supplies the law and helpful tips to deal with them.
  • Contains detailed forms and precedents
  • Sets out the relevant law, background and analysis by the author and other expert contributors
  • Includes new material on the Powers of Attorney in real estate and corporate matters, including fraudulently obtained Powers of Attorney
  • Contains new chapter on issues relating to capacity and assessments
  • Expands on Consent and Capacity Board procedure and decisions
About the Author
M. Jasmine Sweatman, B.A., J.D., LL.M., TEP., C.S., EPC, CPCA, is senior partner of Sweatman Law where her practice focuses on wills, trust, estate and related tax planning, powers of attorney, and estate administration, as well as resolving disputes involving estates, trusts, guardianships and powers of attorney through litigation and mediation, and real estate.
Jasmine was designated as a Certified Specialist in Estates and Trusts Law by the Law Society of Upper Canada in 2004. She has been recognized by Lexpert® as a leading practitioner in Charities and has been peer rated and listed by The Best Lawyers in Canada in the specialty of Estates and Trusts since 2009. She is a frequent lecturer, has written numerous articles; and is a blogger at and
Jasmine was called to the Ontario bar in 1992 and as a solicitor (non-practicing) of the Supreme Court of England and Wales in 1996.
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