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In This Issue - #189 November 28, 2014

  1. Pushor Mitchell 2014 Client Survey – The Results
  2. Without A Net: Unintended Tax Consequences of Child Support Payments
  3. Termination of Land Use Contracts
  4. The Importance of Opening the Lines of Communication with Your Executor
  5. Choosing a Business Structure
  6. Employers’ Presentation Series: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: 5 Employment Law Lessons from 2014
  7. Kelowna Now’s In Focus – Vanessa DeDominicis
  8. Veterans Emergency Transition Services BC
  9. In The Community: 2014 Pushor Mitchell Blood Drive: October 20th to December 31st
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1. Pushor Mitchell 2014 Client Survey – The Results

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

We recently completed our annual Client Survey and are very pleased with the results. 99% of respondents said that we met their expectations and 99% said they would recommend our services to others! This year’s results are consistent with those of ...

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2. Without A Net: Unintended Tax Consequences of Child Support Payments

by Matthew Canzer

What a great night out that was! I owe you $100 for my concert ticket, and you owe me $150 for dinner and drinks. Why don’t you just give me $50 and we’ll call it even Steven? While most people don’t think twice about settling their debts this ...

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Matthew Canzer
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3. Termination of Land Use Contracts

by Bradley Cronquist

Changes have recently been introduced to the laws surrounding Land Use Contracts (“LUCs”) that could materially affect the right of a land owner to use his land that is presently subject to a LUC. LUCs are contractual agreements between property ...

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Bradley Cronquist
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4. The Importance of Opening the Lines of Communication with Your Executor

by Vanessa DeDominicis

My practice involves both the planning and the administration side of Estates. This gives me a unique insight into how important it is, not only to have an excellent written estate plan (which includes a Will, Trusts, potentially an Affidavit, and th ...

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Vanessa DeDominicis
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5. Choosing a Business Structure

by Andrew Brunton

One of the earliest legal decisions founders of a new enterprise must make is one which has repercussions throughout the lifetime of the business. That decision is known as the choice of entity. When it comes to choosing a business structure, there i ...

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Andrew Brunton
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6. Employers’ Presentation Series: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: 5 Employment Law Lessons from 2014

by Alfred Kempf

Pushor Mitchell is pleased to present “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly:  5 Employment Law Lessons from 2014”, the final installment in our fall employment law series, Navigating the Seas of Change. Employment law is constantly evolving.  To help ...

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Alfred Kempf
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7. Kelowna Now’s In Focus – Vanessa DeDominicis

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Vanessa DeDominicis was recently profiled on KelownaNow.com’s In Focus which recognizes people, businesses and organizations that make our city great. What is your name?  Vanessa DeDominicis What do you always find yourself saying?  Hey mate ...

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8. Veterans Emergency Transition Services BC

by Matthew Canzer

When he’s not practicing law, Pushor Mitchell LLP Associate Matt Canzer is working to address the issue of homelessness amongst Canadian Veterans. Disturbed by media reports of suicides and declining community support available, Matt reached out to ...

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Matthew Canzer
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9. In The Community: 2014 Pushor Mitchell Blood Drive: October 20th to December 31st

by Monica McParland

Pushor Mitchell lawyers, management and staff are pleased to be participating once again in our annual blood drive in support of Canadian Blood Services from October 20th to December 31st 2015. Our firm continues to be a proud member of the Partners ...

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Monica McParland
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Monthly Poll Question: What do you think about the driving impaired laws in British Columbia?

Each month we poll Okanagan residents on a timely topic.
November Poll Results: Do you think the Government of Canada should make the use of marijuana legal? 82% Yes 18% No

This month's question is: "What do you think about the driving impaired laws in British Columbia?"

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