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Jun29

Jill O’Hara has retired!

Category // News, Blog, 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 // News, Blog, 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 // News, Blog, 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 // News, Blog, 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/

May10

1% For the Planet

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

Help us welcome 1% members who joined in April!

Please join us in welcoming the companies who joined 1% for the Planet last month!

From Vermont to New Zealand, they're a diverse group with one thing in common -- they're using their businesses as the engines of positive environmental change.

Apr09

Making a will: not just for senior citizens

Category // News, Blog, Estate Planning, 2015 Events, 2015-April Events

Government of BC:

VICTORIA - As part of Make a Will Week 2015, the Province is zeroing in on the younger generation, and calling for people under the age of 40 to get busy and make their wills now, said Suzanne Anton, Attorney General and Minister of Justice.

A provincewide poll conducted for the Society of Notaries Public of B.C. found that 80% of people age 18 to 34 do not have a current and legal will. While people in this age range may think they don’t need a will, the fact is many important life events generally occur during those years. People may build a career, open a business, and purchase major assets such as real estate or property. Many individuals in this age range embark on adventures abroad, get married and start a family. All these events should signal the need for a will.