“Picture this. 1787. It’s Salisbury, North Carolina. You’re twenty years old, you’re bored, and you’re a little bit of a sh**head teenager. You have a little inheritance from your grandpa who just died, so what do you do? Become a lawyer of course… What, like it’s hard or something? I mean there’s only eight laws […]
The term “living will” is commonly used to describe a document recording instructions regarding treatment. For example, it is common for people to write a “living will” stating that they do not want to be kept alive on artificial life support if there is no chance of medical recovery. A living will and a Power […]
Lawyers have been one of the last holdouts using fax machines. Part of that was simply the Rules of Civil Procedure, which made very specific provision for service by fax, and a fax confirmation sheet was good enough for the court that something had indeed been sent. Service by email, however, used to require a […]
Camberwell House has updated its Retainer Terms: Provisions regarding process servers and file numbers have been added. The right to change the Retainer Terms without client consent has been added. Only Retainer Contracts require client consent in writing. Note: These Retainer Terms were updated again in January of 2021.
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90/60 day deadlines (regarding medical/legal assessments) are, in this crisis, not being rigidly held to; the court will likely be flexible on that in the circumstances. The emergency Regulation extending limitation periods does not, on its terms, suspend time the periods set out in pre-existing orders of the court. Are those time periods automatically suspended, […]
Please be advised that Camberwell House will be closed for the Christmas holidays from Tuesday, December 24, 2019 to Wednesday, January 1, 2020. The office will re-open for normal business on Thursday, January 2, 2020. If you need to deliver a package or have an emergency please email me [david at personallaw dot ca] or […]
Lily has been found safe, and is back with her family.
“The widow of one of our former male lawyers donated two sets of her husband’s court attire with the intention that we offer them free of charge to individuals about to be called to the bar who cannot afford to purchase a set themselves. We have two robes and two waistcoats available for donation. “If […]