SETTING A

HIGHER BAR

 
 

Tax Law

 

Business Law

 

Litigation

 

Family Law

 

Franchise Law

 

Corporate Law

Setting a Higher Bar

At Nerland Lindsey we embrace challenge
and put the client experience at the
forefront of our practice.
 
 

Tax Law

 

Business Law

 

Litigation

 

Family Law

 

Franchise Law

 

Corporate Law

Nerland Lindsey LLP’s Response to COVID-19

Nerland Lindsey LLP has been carefully monitoring the continued spread of COVID-19 in Canada and around the world.  We are committed to the health and safety of not only our staff, but also the health and safety of our clients and our community. This is an unprecedented situation and safety will remain our top priority as this situation continues to evolve.

Presently our offices are open and functioning with critical staff in the office.  As other organizations have done, we are asking those that can work from home to do so, effective immediately.  We are limiting our in-person meetings, opting to meet via phone or video conference call instead.  We are confident we can continue to deliver the highest standard of client service, even as many of us will be working remotely.

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Katherine Ratcliffe

Virtual Witnessing of Estate Planning Documents (COVID-19)

The Provinces of Alberta and British Columbia have recently passed Ministerial Orders which will temporarily allow for the virtual witnessing of Wills, Enduring Powers of Attorney, Personal Directives (Alberta), and Representation Agreements (BC), provided certain requirements are met. Notably, the BC Order requires that the relevant document be witnessed by a lawyer or notary public, while the Alberta Order requires that the individual making the document receives advice from a lawyer respecting the making, signing and witnessing of the document.

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