Three P's of virtual discoveries: Preparation, participation, protection.

For many lawyers, preparing for and conducting examinations for discoveries is a matter of course.

Contractual obligations and COVID-19: Force Majeure

Contractual obligations and COVID-19: Force Majeure.

The Courts during COVID-19

The Courts during COVID-19:  Brief Overview

sharing child custody during COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has necessitated many people’s reassessment of their and their family’s pre-pandemic schedules and routines. For separated parents, a question that has certainly permeated their thoughts during the pandemic is: should my children still be travelling between my home and their other parent’s home? 

Estate planning while social distancing

How do you execute Wills and Powers of Attorney in a social distancing world?

Family Law Matters during pandemic

For the vast majority of family law cases, the threat of going to Court right now holds little weight. 

Lay-offs during COVID-19

Can employers temporarily lay off employees during the COVID-19 pandemic?

Family Law Mediation

Family Law options during a pandemic

Should I take my incapable parent out of Long Term Care

For the last 15 years or so, I have practiced almost exclusively in Estate Litigation; and a significant part of my practice has been and continues to be Power of Attorney disputes and Guardianship Applications.
 

Employer is reducing wages

My employer is reducing my wages by 10%: do I have to accept? (Hint: the answer below may also apply to layoffs)