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From curatorship to tutorship

(September 24, 2020) No changes are expected prior to the June 2022 enactment of the Act to amend the Civil Code, the Code of Civil Procedure, the Public Curator Act and various provisions as regards the protection of persons.

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Are the different ways of preparing your protection mandate equally valid?

(September 17, 2020) Preparing your protection mandate is very important, as it’s the best way to choose who will take care of you and make decisions on your behalf should you one day become incapable. When it comes time to preparing your mandate, you have two choices: use a notary or a lawyer, or do it yourself. Regardless of which one you choose, both have the same legal value.

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Respite for families

(September 3, 2020) Families who are caring for an incapable loved one sometimes need time to rest, recharge, or simply take care of their personal obligations. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, sleep-away and respite camps did not take place this summer. However, given the evolving situation, several organizations offering short-term respite care have recently been able to resume their activities.

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