Wise Law Blog: The Executor’s Roadmap – Part 1: Death and the Funeral

BY PAUL B. ADAM, ASSOCIATE LAWYER This series of articles will cover the many stages that an executor (now also known as an “Estate Trustee”) must pass through in managing the affairs of a deceased- from the immediate aftermath of death, to the final distribution of the Estate. Even if there are no legal challenges ...

THE FIFTH COLUMN: The Fatal Weakness of the United States Constitution Bill of Rights

Americans love their Constitution and beloved Bill of Rights. However it has one fatal weakness in that it’s provisions are unrestricted without the requirement that such rights as freedom of assembly and speech and the right to bear arms be exercised responsibly. This leads to the inability to restrict hate speech including the desecration of ...

THE FIFTH COLUMN: The Fatal Weakness of the United States Constitution Bill of Rights

Americans love their Constitution and beloved Bill of Rights. However it has one fatal weakness in that it’s provisions are unrestricted without the requirement that such rights as freedom of assembly and speech and the right to bear arms be exercised responsibly. This leads to the inability to restrict hate speech including the desecration of ...

Trashy's World: I know I’m not big on the current trend to glorify the military…

… but this is downright insulting! A final slap in the face! A vet has to be under the income threshold of 12K per annum to qualify for financial assistance to offset costs of their final interment? $12,000??? Really? Meanwhile, Harper’s government spends $28 million to glorify the War of 1812! None of whose vets ...