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Advising Families on Succession Planning - The High Price of Not Talking

This new book will help you explain to clients the benefits (both financial and emotional) of developing an effective and comprehensive estate plan that includes consulting with intended beneficiaries as part of the process.

Format:   Book

Author :  Ian Hull

Advising the Older Client

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.

Format:   Book

Author :  Ann Soden

Advisors Seeking Knowledge - A Comprehensive Guide to Succession and Estate Planning

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, according to Canadian estate law.

Format:   Book

Author :  Lead Author: Peter J. Merrick, B.A., F.M.A., C.F.P., T.E.P., F.C.S.I.

Alberta Family Law

This annotated looseleaf provides access to the federal and provincial statutes, rules and regulations that you need in order to practice family law in Alberta.

Format:   Loose-Leaf

Author :  Karen M. McDougall, LL.B.

Asset & Wealth Protection, 2nd Edition

This title helps you identify essential boundaries and strategies. The author focuses on anticipating and solving problems before they happen, and discusses specific strategies to overcome any challenges that emerge. Topics include corporate law, bankruptcy and insolvency law, tax planning, and more.

Format:   Book

Author :  Kelly R. Doyle, B.A., LL.B.



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