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Professional help with your taxes

(April 16, 2021) Tax season is in full swing, and even incapable persons have to file their taxes. If you are the legal representative for a loved one, you are required to file their tax return for them. The same goes for the Curateur public du Québec, which files more than 13,000 tax returns each year for people under public tutorship or curatorship.

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New fees for services provided by the Curateur public

(April 1, 2021) The 2021-2022 fees for services provided by the Curateur public to incapable persons under public supervision are now available on the website. The fees are paid from the represented person’s patrimony and are indexed to the cost of living on April 1 of each year. Fees may be waived under certain conditions.

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Focusing on an incapable person’s strengths

(March 21, 2021) Not all incapable people have the same difficulties or needs. While they may need help taking care of themselves or managing their property, many are capable of making an active contribution to society, expressing their wishes and preferences, and doing things for themselves.

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