All posts in the ‘Legal Capacity’ category

Court Ordered Examinations to Determine Incapacity in British Columbia

In British Columbia, the Patients Property Act (the “Act”) allows a person to apply to the Court for a declaration that another person is incapable of managing himself/herself or his/her affairs. Such incapacity may be due to mental infirmity arising from disease, age or otherwise, or disorder or disability of mind arising from the use… View this post »

Observations: Elder Abuse

James Hillman, the noted psychologist who recently died needs to be more of a household name even though  one  of his more popular books, The Soul’s Code was at one time New York Times bestseller. In that work he wrote persuasively of the “acorn” theory of development wherein it is theorized that each of us is born… View this post »