Due to COVID-19 disrputions, the team at Journey Law is working from home until further notice. We recognize that many of our clients will be working from home, or may not be working at all due to these disruptions. Though things are uncertain right now, this time is an opportunity for all of us to
Life is a bit weird right now and lawyers are trying to figure out what to do and how to do it. Here is a simple guide on using Adobe Sign to get multiple signatures in a specific order, which may be needed to execute various documents in the time of COVID-19. The instructions in
*Disclaimer. This procedure does not follow the formal, legal requirements for execution of these documents under the laws of Ontario and Michele Allinotte and Journey Law accept no responsibility if this procedure is used and damages arise. Every lawyer in Ontario is responsible for their own interpretation of the law and their professional obligations. Special
Listen, there is no way to sugar coat this. As a business owner, the current crisis is the most difficult thing most of us have ever encountered in our entrepreneurial lives. We are afraid for the future of our business. We are afraid for the safety of our staff. We are afraid for the safety
A lot of lawyers are trying to quickly get up to speed. Here is a very basic instruction guide on using Adobe Sign. Create a PDF from your word doc (need the add in installed) Once the PDF is created, fill and sign is in the right column. Choose that. You want to request signatures
A lot of my colleagues in various forms have been asking how to use Zoom. I was chatting with a colleague to show how and I decided to screen shot every step and share this with anyone who may need these instructions. If you have installed the Zoom add in for Office 365, you will
At Journey Law, our in house lawyers do not handle litigation matters. We have external counsel, Jonathan Collings, to assist us with those files. Unfortunately, he is currently in isolation after returning from a trip to visit family in the United States. He is working at his parent’s home for the time being, at a
Here at Journey Law, we are following the news about COVID-19. We know that the disruption, if not the illness itself, is already having an impact on our clients and our community. While we don’t believe there is a need to panic, we do think it is important for our team to be prepared so
Bill 145, Trust in Real Estate Services Act, 2020, received royal asset yesterday. Among other things, this means real estate professionals in Ontario can incorporate without needing to be a broker. Journey Law can help.
Preparing a do-it-yourself will can bring complications and should only be done in the rarest of circumstances, Cornwall wills and estates lawyer Michele Allinotte tells AdvocateDaily.com.