Blog - COVID-19

What is a Power of Attorney?

COVID-19, Estates & Trusts, Wills | May 20, 2020

What is a Power of Attorney? A Power of Attorney is a legal document that allows you to give legal authority to a trusted person (your “attorney”) to manage your...

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What is the Transparency Registry and what is my company required to do?

What is a transparency registry? Effective October 1, 2020, any private company incorporated in the province of British Columbia will be required to maintain, as part of its records, a...

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How is the signing of legal documentation affected by COVID-19?

COVID-19, Uncategorized, Updates | April 29, 2020

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues and governments and health officials repeatedly remind us to maintain social or physical distance and avoid multi-person gatherings, the processes by which people and businesses...

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Taking Care In a COVID-19 World

COVID-19, Estates & Trusts, Wills | April 22, 2020

For the past couple of months, not a day goes by without us all hearing or reading numerous messages urging us to take particular precautions to care for our own...

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Four Alternatives for Resolving Family Matters During COVID-19

COVID-19, Family Lawyer, Mediation | April 15, 2020

Family life cannot be put on hold, and family conflicts continue to arise despite the closure of our primary dispute-resolution mechanism, the courts. The most common causes of separation and...

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Co-Parenting Through COVID-19

COVID-19 | April 8, 2020

Co-parenting is the term that refers to the parenting of children that continues after separation or divorce. Sometimes co-parenting is relatively seamless, and other times co-parents face situations that make...

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How do layoffs work in the context of COVID-19?

COVID-19 | April 2, 2020

The recent and extensive spread of COVID-19 has led to a number of questions concerning the rights and obligations of employers and employees when facing the realities of temporary layoffs...

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Force Majeure and Frustration, in the Context of COVID-19

COVID-19 | March 27, 2020

Force Majeure refers to a superior or irresistible force or an event or effect that cannot be reasonably anticipated or controlled.  In the legal context in British Columbia, it generally...

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