Inter-jurisdictional Issues - When common law is not so common
The majority of issues raised in "elder law" in Canada are different in each province / territory. However, many Canadians hold property, visit family, or retire to other jurisdictions. Our laws are jurisdictionally bound, but our clients are not! This seminar will focus broadly on challenges to inter-jurisdictional clients, and then will focus on good practice in the area of planning documents, such as financial powers of attorney and advance care planning.
- recognizing the challenges of addressing aging issues that are impacted by both federal and provincial legislation
- understanding the advantages and disadvantages of having more than one set of documents
- awareness of how inter-jurisdictional issues can give rise to elder abuse
- myth-busting common misconceptions regarding jurisdictional issues and advance planning documents
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5 questions associated with this module will be downloaded.
You must receive a score of at least 75% (4/5 questions answered correctly) to successfully complete this module.
If you do not achieve a score of 75% with your first try, don't worry, as you will be given the opportunity to retry the quiz, and another set of 5 questions will be made available to you.
Since the questions are selected randomly from a pool of questions, some of the questions may or may not be the same as the previous quiz.
You will notice that once you have completed a question, the correct answer will be highlighted in green, and any incorrect selection that was made will be highlighted in pink.
- Although we wanted to create reasonably challenging questions, we did not intend to create 'trick' questions. If it feels like a trick question to you -- please re-read the question carefully and ask yourself what fact or concept is being questioned.
- This is NOT a timed quiz. Take all the time you need to consider the question and make your best selection.
- Be attentive to questions asking which statement is NOT correct, or if all statements are correct EXCEPT.
- If you have read the question carefully, your first impression of the correct answer is usually the right choice to make.
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