Our staff lawyers and volunteer legal professionals can help eligible low-income older adults (55+) with drafting and executing Wills, Powers of Attorney, and Representation Agreements.
Exceptions may be made on a case-by-case basis.
Provides instructions for what happens to your body and everything you own when you die. It appoints someone (your "executor") who will follow those instructions. Think About:
Power of Attorney
Appoints someone you trust (your "Attorney") to manage your financial and legal matters in case you are unable to. Think About:
Appoints someone who represents you for health and some financial decisions (section 7) OR health and personal care matters (section 9). Think About:
In partnership with local hosting agencies, our Advance Planning Clinics are available at several locations across BC by appointment:
Every 4th Monday of the month by appointment.
Every 1st Friday of the month, by appointment.