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Estate Planning – Bonnyville, AB

Estate Planning - Bonnyville, AB

Estate Planning

April 19th, 2013

1:00 – 2:30 P.M.

Bonnyville, AB. Portage College, Room 241

Presenter: Christina L. Tchir, MORROW TCHIR LLP

Do I need a will? If so, do I need a lawyer to write a will? Who do I name as my Executor? Do I need a Power of Attorney and Personal Directive?

Attend this free public legal education seminar to find the answers. An experienced lawyer will be presenting and there will be opportunity to answer your estate planning questions.

To register for this FREE session  please contact Bonnyville Community Learning Council at (780) 826-2150 or by email at bonnyvillelearning@incentre.net or contact Shelley at 780-623-5680 or by email at shelley.jackson@portagecollege.ca.

Legal Research 101 – Bonnyville, AB

Legal Research 101 - Bonnyville, AB

Legal Research 101

April 19th, 2013

11:30 – 12: 30 P.M.

Bonnyville, AB. Portage College, Room 241

Presenter: Leslie Keith, Library Coordinator, Alberta Law Libraries

This session will look at the tools which any citizen with access to an internet connection may find answers to their legal questions. On the way we can look at some interesting laws which are on the books – for example did you know that it is illegal to tell fortunes for money unless you are sincere? This is in your modern criminal code – section 365 … We will look at free websites and check out some interesting laws. Since we elect the people who make the laws — we need to follow up and see what is being done on our behalf!

To register for this FREE session  please contact Bonnyville Community Learning Council at (780) 826-2150 or by email at bonnyvillelearning@incentre.net or contact Shelley at 780-623-5680 or by email at shelley.jackson@portagecollege.ca.

Register early, as seating is limited.

Legal Research 101

This session will look at the tools which any citizen with access to an internet connection may find answers to their legal questions.  On the way we can look at some interesting laws which are on the books – for example did you know that it is illegal to tell fortunes for money unless you are sincere?  This is in your modern criminal code – section 365 … We will look at free websites and check out some interesting laws.  Since we elect the people who make the laws — we need to follow up and see what is being done on our behalf!

February 17th @ 1:00 – 2:30 pm. Portage College, Lac La Biche (room 143).

Presenter:  Leslie Kieth, Library Coordinator, Alberta Law Libraries.

Sessions are FREE however registration is required to attend. Please register early as seating is limited. Registration deadline is noon the day before a scheduled session.

To register (or for more information)

About LawNet Alberta

About LawNet Alberta

LawNet Alberta is a portal or collection of links to law-related information and educational resources on justice and legal issues of interest to Albertans. [LawNet's] purpose is to create an educated public who understands their rights and responsibilities under the law, and who knows where to go for legal help and referral. Read more

Know Your Rights!

Know Your Rights!

Know Your Rights is a public legal education film that aims to provide people, and particularly youth from Jane-Finch, with: basic information about their rights when dealing with police; an understanding of powers of arrest, detention and search; strategies to deal with various situations relating to police contact; and an understanding of the recourse available when someone experiences an abuse of police power. Read more

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