Cornwall and area wills and estates lawyer, Michele Allinotte, reviews what small business owners need to consider to ensure that their business will survive, even after the founder or owner passes away.
Just because estate planning (Wills and Powers of Attorney) doesn’t have a deadline like filing your taxes does not make it any less important, says Cornwall lawyer Michele Allinotte of Allinotte Law Office.
Your Cornwall Lawyer on Cornwall Tonight With Amanda Logan Speaking About Why and How to Appoint Guardians For Your Children
Clip of Your Cornwall Lawyer Michele Allinotte on Cornwall Tonight with Amanda Logan speaking about how and why parents need to appoint guardians for their children.
Cornwall and area estate planning lawyer Michele Allinotte of Allinotte Law Office talks about the stories that people need to share about their personal possessions in order to show their loved ones why those items are family heirlooms. Estate planning or making a Will is about more than just the money.
Cornwall and area lawyer, Michele Allinotte, discusses 3 key elements to getting your financial and legal affairs in order for the new year – first, review your Will, second make sure someone can make decisions for you if you cannot by making a Power of Attorney for Property and Personal Care and thirdly, get your financial and legal documents organized.
Cornwall lawyer Michele R.J. Allinotte from Allinotte Law Office discusses what you need to think about before signing any contracts or agreements.
Cornwall lawyer and real estate lawyer Michele Allinotte tells you what you need to get organized before your sell your home.
Canadians owning property in Florida have special concerns, which are addressed by Florida attorney Maura S. Curran, a colleague of Cornwall lawyer Michele R.J. Allinotte.
Cornwall lawyer Michele Allinotte discusses what a lawyer in Ontario does in a home purchase transaction.
Cornwall lawyer Michele Allinotte discusses how it is much easier to plan “to get hit by a bus” now, than to leave our families, our work places and our businesses to pick up the pieces if we don’t have a estate plan (which could include wills, powers of attorney or other estate planning documents).