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Friday, February 2, 2018

Want to tell your story about abuse of an Enduring Power of Attorney?

I was interviewed yesterday by a reporter named Moira Welsh who works at the Toronto Star. We had a great chat about abuse of Enduring Powers of Attorney and the lawsuits that arise from them. Ms. Welsh is writing an article about the ways in which Enduring Powers of Attorney are sometimes used to defraud vulnerable people and she would like to interview folks who have been through the experience. If you have been involved in a dispute about an Enduring Power of Attorney that had something to do with abuse of the document, you might get a chance to tell your story.

Ms. Welsh is interested in hearing from individuals in Canada who:
1.   Have been involved in a dispute in the last few years over the use of an Enduring Power of Attorney, either as the person accused of wrongdoing, the person doing the accusing, or simply someone who was caught in the crossfire; AND
2.   Have a court judgment arising from the dispute.

If this describes you, and you would like to contribute to the story, you may contact Ms. Welsh at

As a word of caution, if your matter is still ongoing it's not a good idea to talk about it publicly. Wait until everything is finished or you could end up in legal hot water for defamation or worse.

1 comment:

  1. Excellent
    My Estate matter is ongoing so I will have to wait till it is resolved. I will however make contact with Ms. Welsh at
    to see if my story can be told. These abuses must be exposed and broadcasted.
    'All the players' that are responsible should be held accountable. We need all the help we can get.


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