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  • Testament 101 : Un guide pour vous aider à rédiger votre testament

    Enregistré le 14 décembre

    Cette session d'information et de démonstration pratique à l'aide de l’outil des Parcours guidés est pour vous. En plus de vous donner une vue générale sur le testament, vous explorez un questionnaire en ligne pour créer un testament simple.

    Conférencière : Marie Koona est la gestionnaire des projets...

    Available in:
    Français, Langue Des Signes Du Québec (LSQ)
    Format:
    Webinar
    Produced by:
    Community Legal Education Ontario (CLEO)
    Produced/Updated In:
    2023
  • Making a Will

    This guide from the Grey Bruce Community Legal Clinic helps people in Ontario make a basic will.

    Available in:
    English
    Format:
    Booklet/PDF
    Produced by:
    Grey-Bruce Community Legal Clinic (GBCLC)
    Produced/Updated In:
    2023
  • Power of Attorney for Personal Care: Safeguard Wishes and Take Steps to Prevent Abuse

    Recorded on January 19, 2023

    CLEO in partnership with Elder Abuse Prevention Ontario held an informative session to discuss key issues when creating a Power of Attorney for Personal Care. Participants learned what is needed to help prevent abuse and protect wishes about healthcare, housing, and safety.

    Participants also learned how to use...

    Available in:
    English, American Sign Language (ASL)
    Format:
    Webinar
    Produced by:
    Community Legal Education Ontario (CLEO)
    Produced/Updated In:
    2023
  • Part 2: Power of Attorney for Property

    Recorded on November 17, 2022

    Learn about important considerations when making a Power of Attorney for Property. This gives another person the power to manage your property for you. Property is anything you own or have the sole right to use, like money, a rental apartment, or furniture. Learn how to use CLEO’s Guided Pathway.

    Speakers:...

    Available in:
    English, American Sign Language (ASL)
    Format:
    Webinar
    Produced by:
    Community Legal Education Ontario (CLEO)
    Produced/Updated In:
    2022
  • Part 1: Power of Attorney for Personal Care

    Recorded on November 3, 2022

    A power of attorney is a legal document in which one person gives another person the power to make personal and financial decisions for them when they are unable.

    Part 1 outlines important issues that should be considered when preparing a Power of Attorney for Personal Care. This gives another person the power...

    Available in:
    English, American Sign Language (ASL)
    Format:
    Webinar
    Produced by:
    Community Legal Education Ontario (CLEO)
    Produced/Updated In:
    2022
  • Wills and Powers of Attorney Resource Sheet

    Connecting Ottawa has updated this resource sheet for people to better understand what information and services are currently available for low-income clients in Ottawa who cannot afford to pay a lawyer to draft these documents. Available services are listed for information only.

    Note that some services are specific to Ottawa.

    Available in:
    English
    Produced by:
    Connecting Ottawa/Connexion Ottawa
    Produced/Updated In:
    2022
  • Testaments et procurations : présentation, enjeux et outils juridiques

    Enregistré le 24 février 2022

    Nos experts de la communauté expliquent les règles concernant les testaments et les procurations, en donnant des exemples pratiques. Sachez accompagner vos clients pour bien comprendre et rédiger ces deux documents afin d'anticiper les éventuels conflits qui pourraient exister après leur décès, dans la gestion de...

    Available in:
    Français
    Format:
    Webinar
    Produced by:
    Community Legal Education Ontario (CLEO)
    Produced/Updated In:
    2022
  • Identifying Financial Abuse by a Power of Attorney Tipsheet

    This tipsheet created by CALC contains legal information about what to do if someone you know is experiencing financial abuse by their Power of Attorney. This tipsheet outlines questions and answers to consider if your relative or family friend is experiencing financial abuse and also highlights next steps to be taken.

    Available in:
    English
    Format:
    Booklet/PDF
    Produced by:
    Community Advocacy & Legal Centre (CALC)
    Produced/Updated In:
    2021
  • Will and Power of Attorney Fundamentals: Wills, Power of Attorney for Property and Powers of Attorney for Personal Care

    This resources provides legal information relevant to people in Ontario about:

    • wills
    • powers of attorney for property
    • powers of attorney for personal care

    The information kit outlines information about:
    • what wills and powers of attorney are and why people should consider making them out
    • how these...

    Available in:
    English
    Format:
    Booklet/PDF
    Produced by:
    Life*Spin
    Produced/Updated In:
    2021
  • What to do when someone dies

    This section of the Government of Ontario website has answers to common questions about what to do, and what support is available, when a loved one dies in Ontario. Who to call first, organ and tissue donation, and getting a burial permit are among the topics covered.

    Available in:
    English, Français
    Format:
    Website
    Produced by:
    Government of Ontario - ServiceOntario
    Produced/Updated In:
    2019
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