Be Careful Not to Breach your Duties

Your Finance By Erin Kelley, LL.B When acting as an attorney for property A Power of Attorney for Property is a legal document that grants an individual the authority to make financial decisions on behalf of another individual. If the document is a Continuing Power of Attorney, it takes effect immediately after it is signed, rather than...

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Retirement or Long-Term Care

Your Finance By Carol Craig, LL.B. What’s the difference For the first time ever, seniors now outnumber children in Canada. Accordingly, more and more people are living in collective dwellings, either long-term care homes or retirement residences. However, many people are unaware about the differences between these facilities. One key...

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