Up-Coming Webinars

Please note that some of these webinars are available for individual viewing (at your home) while others will be streamed at the library:

To attend a webinar that is being viewed at the library please register with the library by phone or email

PLAN INSTITUTE: Wills, Trusts and Estate Planning

Registration is required.

For viewing at home register here: http://planinstitute.ca/learning-centre/wte-webinar/

September 20th-7PM-8PM (individual viewing)

October 18th-10AM-11AM (individual viewing)

November 5th-7PM-8PM (individual viewing)

November 19th-10AM-11AM (streaming at the library)

NIDUS: (all webinars are streamed at the library)

JOINT OWNERSHIP

– Tuesday October 2, 10:30 am to 12:00 pm

Joint ownership of bank accounts, real estate property, and vehicles is common for spouses. What can happen when a parent and child own property jointly? Find out about different kinds of joint ownership. Learn about recent court cases that have led to new cautions about joint ownership.

 

DYING WITHOUT A WILL – TIPS ON MAKING A WILL

– Tuesday October 16, 10:30 am to 12:00 pm

Some people are considered not capable of making a Will due to the legal requirements. This may affect someone with a disability from birth (special needs). It can also affect an adult who put off making a Will and now has advanced dementia. What happens in these cases, according to the law? For the majority of British Columbians who can make a Will, we’ll offer some tips and resources.

CONSENT TO HEALTH CARE & FACILITY CARE

– Tuesday October 23, 10:30 am to 12:00 pm

Consent is very much in the news as it underlies many of our day-to-day interactions. Consent is also fundamental to encounters with the health care and residential care systems. What are the consent rights of patients with regard to health and personal care matters? What are the rights of representatives named in a Representation Agreement?

 

THE PLANNING CONTINUUM – BEFORE & AFTER DEATH

– Tuesday October 30, 10:30 am to 12:00 pm

What are the key legal documents in BC to plan for incapacity, for end-of-life, and for after death? This presentation gives an overview of legal documents such as Representation Agreements, Enduring Powers of Attorney, and Wills. Learn how Personal Planning is different from Estate Planning. Find out how to make your plans and where to register them.