As part of the discussion surrounding business implications resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, Sandbox Centre hosted platinum partner Barriston Law who lead the conversation on wills and powers of attorney. Because there is so much uncertainty surrounding our health right now, Barriston guides us through what can be done if you don’t currently have a will or power of attorney, how you can receive remote help, and what holographic wills look like. Thirsty for knowledge? Check out what Barriston is serving up below!
Some of the main points covered include:
- New rules for witnessing and signing your will
- Emergency order in council
- Holographic wills
- Beneficiary designations and title to real estate
Janice provides counsel to the clients of Barriston Law in the areas of corporate and commercial law, wills and estates, and real estate. Janice focuses on understanding her clients’ business and goals to ensure they receive the best possible advice. Janice was called to the Bar of the Law Society of Ontario (LSO) in June 2013 after earning her law degree from the Queen’s University Faculty of Law.
Lisa advises clients in the areas of real estate, business law, and wills and estate planning and administration at Barriston Law. Lisa seeks to provide her clients with effective and practical advice and approaches her practice with great care and attention to detail. Lisa attended the University of Toronto Faculty of Law and was called to the Bar of the Law Society of Ontario (LSO) in June 2013.