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Jun29

Jill O’Hara has retired!

Category // Blog, News, 2015 Events

 

On Friday June 26th, 2015 paralegal Jill O’Hara is retiring after over 18 years of service.

After throwing her alarm clock out the window(!), her plans for retirement include garden design/consulting, taking some art classes and assisting her brother and sister-in-law with their new business.

A farewell lunch was held for Jill by her colleagues who will miss her dearly but look forward to her visits to the office from time to time:

Jun26

2015 Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory

Category // Blog, News, 2015 Events, 2015-July Events

Partners, Mark Horne Q.C. and Fiona Hunter have been listed in the 2015 Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory.    http://www.lexpert.ca/directory/

Jun23

Presentation - What’s New in Estate Planning?

Category // Blog, News, 2015 Events, 2015-July Events

On June 22, 2015, partner, Fiona Hunter provided a presentation at the Hotel Grand Pacific: “What’s New in Estate Planning” to the Genus Wealth Management Group

Jun18

Victoria Therapeutic Riding Association

Category // Blog, News, 2015 Events, 2015-July Events

Horne Coupar participated as sponsors for the Annual Victoria Therapeutic Riding Association Horse Show on June 6, 2015: http://vtra.ca/the-annual-vtra-horse-show-another-resounding-success/

Jun10

HISTORY OF HORNE COUPAR

Category // Blog, 2015 Events

Did you know that Horne Coupar has been providing legal advice to Victorians since 1944 (over 70 years)?

 

 Horne and Coupar paint

 

This photograph depicts the founders of the firm (clockwise): first generation lawyers, Ian Horne Q.C. and Robert Coupar, and their sons John Coupar and Mark Horne, Q.C.

May11

WHAT’S NEW IN ESTATE PLANNING IN BC

Category // Blog, Estate Administration, Estate Planning, Estate Planning, Estate Litigation, 2015 Events, 2015-April Events, 2015-May Events

Recent developments in the law affecting end-of-life decisions by adults or their substitute decision-making have far reaching effects for many. And after death, the new Wills, Estates and Succession Act (“WESA”) which came into force on March 31, 2014 in British Columbia has made significant changes to succession laws, including survivorship rules, distribution of an estate where there is no will, the powers of a court to cure deficiencies in or rectify a will, and much more.