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  • We say Committeeship/They say Conservatorship

    In May of 2019, a high-profile singer appeared in a court in the United States with both of her parents to speak to a judge about the singer’s 11-year-long ‘conservatorship’. The singer’s father had been her conservator since 2008 follow ing the singer’s public meltdown and had legal control over ne … Read more »

  • Stages of Dementia and Committeeship in British Columbia

    According to the World Health Organization, Dementia is a syndrome of a chronic or progressive nature in which there is a deterioration in cognitive function (i.e. the ability to process thought) beyond what might be expected from normal aging. It affects memory, thinking, orientation, comprehension … Read more »

  • What are the Electric Scooter Laws in Vancouver?

    Emerging forms of personal transportation — including electric scooters and bikes, motorized skateboards and hoverboards — have forced Vancouver and B.C. to examine vehicle laws and policy in order to protect the safety of residents and visitors. Whatever type of new vehicle you choose, it’s importa … Read more »

  • Partition of Property

    Two sisters who decide to move out of their parents’ home and build independent lives of their own. They agree that to have their own home they will need to pool their finances together so that they can afford a modest two-bedroom apartment conveniently located close to where they work. As time goes … Read more »

  • How to Remove an Executor of an Estate

    It is not uncommon for executors to tire of their responsibilities including responding to the demands of beneficiaries and decide to resign from their duties as executors.  On the other hand, beneficiaries may tire of the executor’s delays in administering and distributing an estate or more serious … Read more »