Problems with POA for Property and Care: What’s in a Name?

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2015

Today's blog was written by guest blogger Dr. Richard Shulman. Dr. Shulman is a Geriatric  Psychiatrist and the Service Medical Director for Seniors Mental Health Services at Trillium Health Partners (Mississauga Hospital, Credit Valley Hospital and Queensway Health Centre) and he is available for independent medical-legal capacity assessments. Dr. Shulman is an assistant professor at the University ...

LawPRO asks “do you ever wonder what happens if you die without a will?”

Tuesday, July 14th, 2015

“Learning styles” refers to the theory that individuals differ in how they learn. Many education specialists believe each of us prefers particular learning styles and techniques. Proponents of this theory believe these preferences account for differences in individuals’ learning and that we learn best when taught in a way that ...

Estate of a Deceased Taxpayer and the Principal Residence Exemption

Friday, July 10th, 2015

Mr. Joe lived in a house with his second wife, Mrs. Adele until his death several years ago. The house was transferred to his estate and according to the terms of the trust, Mrs. Adele was provided with the right to occupy the house as long as she desired. ...