About Julie Lévesque
Julie Lévesque notary will provide you the security and the peace of mind you need.
Current legislation outlines various arrangements to protect those who are incapacitated. These arrangements – legal guardianship, tutorship for adults, adult advisor – take into account the degree of total or partial incapacity, and whether the condition is temporary or permanent.
A legal guardian is appointed, if the incapacity of the individual, with respect to caring for him/herself and managing his/her property, is total and permanent, and the individual needs to be represented when exercising his/her civil rights.
An adult tutor is appointed , if the incapacity of the individual (adult), with respect to caring for him/herself and managing his/her property, is partial and temporary, and the individual needs to be represented when exercising his/her civil rights.
An adult advisor is appointed, if the individual (adult), who can generally take care of him/herself and manage his/her property, still needs temporary help or help with certain tasks.
Your notary will be able to guide you and carry out the necessary steps to ensure that the suitable arrangement is implemented in the best interest of the incapacitated individual.