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Approximately 180 pages
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Ontario Guardianship Law
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This new publication is a guide for lawyers on the practice of guardianship law in Ontario. With the aging population and the number of Ontarians experiencing age-related capacity issues, this has become an area of increasing importance. The current state of the law in Ontario is reviewed with respect to the property and personal care of adults as well as the guardianship of minors. Extensive precedents are included along with practical guidance on the preparation of materials.
À propos de l'auteur
A. Sean Graham was called to the Ontario Bar in 1999, having obtained his Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Western Ontario. Since then Sean has practiced in the field of estate, trust and capacity litigation.
Sean acts for both institutional and individual clients in matters involving estates and trusts of all descriptions, from complex estates with international corporate holdings to relatively simple estates with more modest assets. In the capacity litigation field, Sean acts for attorneys and guardians for property in defending their administration, for persons criticizing the administration, and for those seeking appointment as guardians for property.
Sean has appeared in numerous cases, including: Savevski v. Office of the Public Guardian (2009, ONSC); Chan Estate v. Gold (2011, ONSC); Consiglio v. Consiglio (2012, ONSC); Estate of David Bruce Tate (2012, ONSC); Chambers Estate v. Chambers (2013, ONCA).
Christopher M.B. Graham was called to the Bar in 2002 after graduating from Queen's University Faculty of Law. Chris started his career practicing corporate law at a national law firm.
Since 2007, Chris has honed his experience exclusively in estate, trust and capacity litigation. He has acted in numerous contested and uncontested guardianship proceedings involving persons from all walks of life. Chris has developed particular experience in the area of guardianship applications requiring complex, long-term management and guardianship care plans.
Chris has broad experience in capacity litigation including acting in will challenges, dependant support applications, passings of accounts, trustee removal proceedings, and capacity litigation involving guardianships, powers of attorneys and Absentee Act applications.
Chris edited the Bar Admission Course materials for estates litigation, guardianship and dependant support from 2008 to 2010 and also contributes articles to estates publications.