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Legal Advice from Eric J. Fournier, notaire

By: Eric J. Fournier, notaire  29-05-2013
Keywords: commercial real estate, real estate listings, Real Estate Sales

Services Offered Society often forces us to act quickly. Unfortunately, a hasty decision may result in trouble and costly problems. Before making any important decision or signing any document, prudence requires you to consult your notary. Such a consultation will enable you to: Know your rights and obligations on the matter under consideration; Pinpoint those items capable of affecting your personal, tax and financial situation; Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of the various solutions proposed; Choose the form and type of legal action best suited to your needs and wishes; Prevent unexpected problems. Wills and Estates Estate Planning; Preparation and drafting of your will; Protection of your under aged children after your death; Settlement of your estate or that of a loved one; Possibility of your consent to make an organ and tissue donation within your will or your mandate given in anticipation of incapacity; Establishing a Trust. Guardianship and Civil Law Mandate given in anticipation of incapacity; Domestic or international adoption; Tutorship for children and minors; Protective supervision for persons of full age; Homologation of mandates given in anticipation of incapacity; Modification request to the State Civil Registry (registre de l’état civil); Name changing requests. Real Estate Law Importance and consequences of the offer to purchase or offer to sell; Importance and consequences of the promise to purchase or promise to sell; Various methods of financing; Taxation implications of your contract; Necessity for a title examination; Relevance of a certificate of location; Preparation and signature of the deed of sale. Family Law Rights and obligations arising from marriage; Choice of a matrimonial regime; Use and effects of marriage contracts; Family patrimony; Legal consequences of a de facto or common law marriage; Agreements between de facto or common law spouses; Agreements on separation; Support and child custody. Commercial Law Procedure that must be followed to set up a company; Procedure that must be followed to set up a partnership; Advantages of a corporation, required formalities and tax consequences; Procedure to be followed for adopting by-laws and updating minutes; Possible agreements between partners or shareholders. Protection of the Elderly General or specific Power of Attourney; Revoking a past Power of Attourney or Mandate; Canceling a lease; Protective measures and regimes; Consent to medical care and end of life wishes; Respect of your fundamental rights; Funerary prearrangements;

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