News in Wills and Estates
Date Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Time 5:30 p.m. Wills; 7 p.m. Small Claims Court
Place The Law Society of Upper Canada, 130 Queen St. West, Toronto, University & Queen W. (at Osgoode subway station)
Register Advance registration is required by May 3 to ensure a seat. Please register online or by phone: 416-947-3413/1-800-668-7380 ext. 3413.
In two, free, one-hour sessions, lawyers and paralegals will provide you with helpful information and explain common concerns about wills and Small Claims Court.
Workshops on March 12 & 13 will have information on healthcare consent and advance care planning. The first one is for the public and the second is for professionals in the healthcare and legal sectors.
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Some bedridden or housebound elderly people have been denied service by Canadian banks, which refuse to cash cheques and do other transactions on their behalf, unless they come to the bank.
Date Monday, November 12, 2012
Time Session 1: 12 p.m. – 1 p.m.; Session 2: 4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Place Thames Valley Children's Centre, 779 Baseline Road East, London
Contact Jennepher Cahill
Phone 519-432-8062 ext. 132
Two free workshops will be presented in London by Rachel Bayley, Executive Trust Officer, TD Waterhouse Private Trust and Judy Rich, Associate, Szemenyei MacKenzie Godin Law Firm.
Law Commission of Ontario releases Final Report and Framework for the Law as it Affects Older Adults
The goal of the Framework to help people understand and evaluate the effects of laws, policies, and practices on older adults, and to provide a foundation for law reform efforts in this area.
In the CBC's Ontario Today program of Friday, June 22, veteran lawyer James Morton gives legal advice on how to make your wishes known when you're no longer able say to what you want.
The Spring 2012 issue of the HALCO News includes articles on "Rasouli" consent to treatment appeal at the Supreme Court, immigration law updates, HALCO submissions to the Ontario Human Rights Review, and decision in landmark sex work case.
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