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Guardianship is the legal responsiblity for some aspect of a person’s life which they are unable to manage on their own. It is a fiduciary relationship which requires the guardian to act honestly, in good faith, and strictly in the … Continue reading
If you’re interested in a Self-represented persons memorandum of Argument which opens in you pdf viewer. 16 – Tab E Memorandum of Argument Section 1 – V Whole application was about 580 pages. New information to file – and leave … Continue reading
Dear Premiere, Attorney General and Ontario Public Guardian; This is to inform you that in addition to filing a Motion to admit New Information relating to an incapable persons financial statements, finally disclosed October 6, 2107, I will be seeking … Continue reading
Canada’s aging population, the rise in dementia and the large intergenerational transfer of wealth creates conditions for disputes that pit self-interest against the persons capable and current wishes for their life. The person is not likely a participant in the … Continue reading
In 2015 ONSC 4036 Justice Tranmer ruled Mrs. Childs was incapable for property and personal care. In August, on the technicality no order was entered, he allowed Section 3 to represent Mrs. Childs. That technicality did not alter Mrs. Childs … Continue reading
Section 7 of the Canadian Charter of Rights enshrines every competent person full rights to autonomy and self-determination. Ontario’s Substitute Decision Act chips away at that, allowing appointment of counsel for a person whose capacity is at issue before the … Continue reading