Category Archives: BMO

Appeal Decision (2107 ONCA 0516) Analysis

The Commission of Ontario – after extensive study regarding the courts application of law and rights where competence is at issue, recommend a special court be set up with expertise competence and a detailed understanding of the relevant laws. The … Continue reading

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BMO

Thanks to CBC’s GoPublic we have heard stories of banks forging documents, selling customers services they don’t need, and the pressure on bank employees to meet sales targets. Now imagine you are incapable and the only thing standing between you … Continue reading

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Calculating fees

The Substitute Decision Act sets out what you can charge an incapable person to manage their assets: 3% on capital and revenue received 3% on capital and revenue disbursed 3/5 of 1% care and management fee (annual value of assets) … Continue reading

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Law Commission of Ontario

Below is my submission made to the Law Commission of Ontario study on guardianship I am one of the Childs in Childs vs Childs, a case under the Substitute Decision Act that is winding its way through the courts and … Continue reading

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Compensation for Care

The central issue in the hearings has been what to pay for 24/7 live-in care, if it was provided by a guardian. By the time of the hearing Caroline had provided for about 30 months of live-in care. At the … Continue reading

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Property Guardians Duties

The appointment of BMO as guardian does not meet the spirit of SDA 32(3) which requires: (3) A guardian shall encourage the incapable person to participate, to the best of his or her abilities, in the guardian’s decisions about the … Continue reading

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Questions regarding Ontario’s Public Guardian

Attached is the content of an email sent to the Attorney General of Ontario on September 16, 2015. No answer has been received. I am finding the Public Guardian and Trustee (PGT) appears to operate in without clearly defined policies, … Continue reading

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