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Vancouver Lawyer Answers Appointment Of Committee FAQs

http://www.mjonions.com/wills-estates/appointment-of-committee/ In this video, Vancouver lawyer Mark Onions explains what a Committee is and how the process for appointment of Committee is being done thoroughly. M.J. O’Nions expertise can help you in your Committee application. Vancouver Lawyer Answers Appointment of Committee FAQs. Appointment of Committee What is a Committee (adult guardian)? A Committee makes decisions on behalf of someone who cannot make those decisions by himself or herself due to his or her mental incapability. How is a Committee (adult guardian) appointed? A Committee is appointed by making a court application to the Supreme Court of BC under the Patients Property Act. The application should include affidavits of two doctors registered with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of BC, indicating that a patient is mentally incapable of managing his or her affairs. Who can be a Committee (adult guardian)? A friend, family member or trust company can be a Committee. However, a family member would generally be preferred. If there are multiple candidates, the court would determine which candidates would most likely to act in the best interest of a patient. When is the appointment of a Committee (adult guardian) necessary? Appointment of a Committee may be necessary when one of your family members or a close friend has lost the ability to manage his or her affairs due to their mental incapacity. What powers does a Committee (adult guardian) have? A Committee would generally have all the rights, privileges and powers of the patient, had he or she been mentally capable of making: Personal decisions-where and how to live Financial decisions-pay bills and dealing with a patient’s property Legal decisions Medical decisions However, please note that the powers a Committee has maybe subject to limitations imposed by the court. What duties does a Committee (adult guardian) have? Some of the duties that a Committee has are: To act

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