How to approach setting up supported decision-making arrangements in your area with lawyer, Corinne Boudreau

How to approach setting up supported decision-making arrangements in your area with lawyer, Corinne Boudreau

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You can listen to this podcast episode on iTunes or Spotify.  Corinne Boudreau has been a lawyer practicing in Nova Scotia since 2002.  Corinne graduated from Dalhousie University with a Masters in Health Administration and a Law Degree.  She worked in long-term care before attending law school.  Corinne has advised individuals and business owners on estate planning, tax planning and business law issues.  She has taught as Dalhousie University and has developed legal courses for business owners.  Corinne practices law at O'Keefe Law in Halifax, NS and runs an online legal business Legal Essentials Inc.  Here is Corinne’s top tips for figuring out supported decision making in your area:  Who you choose to have legal decision-making power is the single most important variable whether you have one guardian or several people contributing.  Start before…
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