Successor wanted

It has taken years as a sole practitioner for me to build a thriving client base in midtown Toronto. The work falls mostly in “traditional” solicitor areas – conveyancing, wills/estates, and corporate/commercial. Now it is time to bring in new blood to take on some of the load with a view to acquiring the practice over a period of time. The type of person needed for this undertaking: ... Continue Reading

Intro to Cybersecurity

You have so many passwords for computers and websites, sometimes it can be hard to remember them all. Should you write them down? No, you should not. But if you do write them down, never write them on a whiteboard and then have CNN interview you in front of it, like the LAPD did: Where Not to Write the Password for Your Fancy Data-Mining Software via Lowering the Bar. ... Continue Reading

Delaware becomes first state to give executors broad digital assets access

Delaware has become the first state in the US to enact a law that ensures families’ rights to access the digital assets of loved ones during incapacitation or after death. Last week, Gov. Jack Markell signed House Bill (HB) 345, “Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets and Digital Accounts Act,” which gives heirs and executors the same authority to take legal control of a digital account or devi... Continue Reading