Category Archives: Retirement

  • quinn estate law, eileen quinn, estate planning lawyer, estate trusts, power of attorneys for property, powers of attorney for personal care, ontario power of attorney, estate law firms in hamilton, ancaster law firms, executor of a will, executor of an estate, legal will and testament, living will, probate fees, testamentary trust, trust funds, legal guardian, advance directive, power of attorney ontario, estate administration, canadian wills, guardianship applications, guardianship for disabled individuals, kitchener, brantford, stoney creek, ancaster, hamilton, burlingon, caledonia, dundas, waterdown, flamborough

    1. Having a will enables you to decide who benefits – and who doesn’t – from your estate. 2. You can name the executors of your estate and guardians for your children in your will, decide at what age your children will receive their share, and make special provisions for disabled beneficiaries. 3. You will […]

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  • wills, quinn estate law, eileen quinn, what happens if you die without a will

    LAWPRO has produced this video which explains the benefits of having a prepared will. Eileen Quinn is a Canadian lawyer practising exclusively in the area of estate law including wills, powers of attorney, trusts and estate administration. She is dedicated to helping her clients understand their estate planning options and enjoys working with them and […]

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    Ancaster, Ontario wills and estate planning lawyer Eileen Quinn offers some insights into probate planning and the perils of joint ownership to avoid probate fees: Many individuals want to avoid probate fees at all costs. The thought of paying probate fees seems to drive people crazy. No one wants to pay any more money to the […]

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  • 1946, november, thurgood marshall, lawyer, naacp, civil rights, lynch mob, race riots, supreme court, united states, black, african american

    Baby Boomer Trivia From November 1946: First BAA (NBA) Game, JFK Elected Congressman, Thurgood Marshall Escapes Lynch Mob On November 1, 1946 the New York Knicks (short for Knickerbockers) basketball team played the Toronto Huskies at Maple Leaf Gardens. It was the first game of the newly-formed BAA (Basketball Association of America), which would evolve into today’s NBA. […]

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  • cpp, canada pension plan, fast facts, cpp q and a, cpp questions, how to get cpp, qualifying for cpp, how much cpp, when to get cpp

    Are you a retired Canadian, or thinking of retiring soon, and have some questions about your Canada Pension Plan (CPP)? The Q & A below offers some some fast facts from the Employment and Social Development Canada website. Q1. Who Qualifies For CPP? A1. To qualify for a the CPP retirement pension, you must have made at least one CPP […]

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  • seniors, telephone scams, older adults, victims, con artists, grandparent telephone scam

    There are many telephone scams going on at any given time, and among the several that target seniors and older adults in both the U.S. and Canada, is the “grandparent telephone scam”. (Photo: Elim Springs) In September 2014, actress Pat Crowley told reporter David Lazarus for the Los Angeles Times that she’d fallen victim to the […]

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  • 1946 october, first cannes film festival, the lost weekend, best picture, best director, ray milland, best actor, jane wyman, academy awards, billy wilder, best director

    Baby Boomer Trivia From October 1946: First Cannes Festival, Canada Savings Bonds Debut, First Space Photos The first Cannes International Film Festival in 1946 ran from September 20th – October 5th, 1946. On the closing day October 5, 1946, among the movies that won the Grand Prize of the Festival were Brief Encounter (1945) by […]

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  • electric golf cart, custom golf cart, 1923 T-Bucket golf cart

    Summer is upon us in North America and walking around the golf course in the hot weather can be a drag on the fun…Staying fit by exercising doesn’t mean seniors have to walk all 18 holes, though. Consider a custom golf cart – they’re not just for golf courses, in some southern retirement communities they […]

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  • 4 stages of retirement leisure, leisure in retirement, bucket list, retirement study, aging, leisure travel, retirees, senior seniors, senior citizen, pre-retirement, senior man, fishing

    What stage of Retirement Leisure are you at? A recent retirement study conducted by Merrill Lynch and Age Wave (a research firm specializing in aging), has outlined the 4 Stages of Retirement Leisure According to Age Wave CEO and Leisure in Retirement: Beyond the Bucket List author Ken Dychtwald, these 4 stages in retirement leisure […]

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  • Leisure in Retirement: Beyond the Bucket List, a recent retirement study conducted by Merrill Lynch/Age Wave, concludes that mature adults and senior citizens (regardless of income) are having the most fun of their adult lives beginning in their 55+ years.  The folks having the least fun? Those poor “kids” age 35 to 54, most likely […]

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