Elder Law Category
LexisNexis® Butterworths Advising the Older Client is the first comprehensive, critical examination of Elder Law in Canada, offering invaluable insight and practice tips on managing the challenges of practising Elder Law.
Author : Ann Soden
Revealing the step-by-step process of how to effectively preserve, protect and distribute wealth, this is a resource for the innovative and proactive professional seeking to guide clients to smoothly transition into the last third of their lives.
Author : Lead Author: Peter J. Merrick, B.A., F.M.A., C.F.P., T.E.P., F.C.S.I.
Provides information, analysis and practical guidance on the financial planning needs of older clients residing in B.C.
Author : General Editors: Fiona Hunter & Hugh McLellan; Contributors: Chris Ireland, Bernie Geiss & Penny A. Washington
Written by an outstanding team of professionals that bring together legal, accounting and financial planning know-how, this publication provides a comprehensive framework for advising mature clients residing in Ontario.
Author : Contributors: Sheila M. Crummey, Jill McCutcheon, Jane E. Meadus, Hugh Nevin, Margaret E. Rintoul, Pearl Schusheim, Virginia Shanker & Andrew Zur
The Occupations and Trades title describes the operation and responsibilities of these self-governing or regulated professions, and the Pensions section is for lawyers practising pension law, labour and employment law, and any practice area where pension questions emerge.
Author : Ronald J. Maddock, LL.B. / Susan G. Seller, LL.B, LL.M