Elder Law Category
Seniors are one of the fastest growing groups in Canadian society. Currently about 13% of Canadians are aged 65 and over. By 2041, this age group will make up an estimated 23% of the population. This dramatic increase has resulted in a host of legal issues related to aging. Equally important are the interconnected social, economic, and health needs ...
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