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Hungry Hearts sponsorship April 6, 2019

April 18, 2019 Category Community, News

Horne Coupar LLP were sponsors of the Hungry Hearts 2019 fundraising event on behalf of Our Place. Here is partner Paula Bosenberg enjoying a glass of red wine at the event. For more details: https://www.ourplacesociety.com/get-involved/hungry-hearts-2019

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Silver Threads presentation – Advance Care Planning Day April 16, 2019

April 18, 2019 Category Community, News

Dustin Marnell was a guest presenter at Silver Threads Victoria on Advance Care Planning Day, April 16, 2019. If you would like some advice regarding this important area of planning, please contact our office 250-388-6631 to schedule an appointment with one of our lawyers. For more information – http://www.advancecareplanning.ca/resource/acp-day-campaign-kit-2019/

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Tripleshot Cross Fondo sponsorship

March 1, 2019 Category Community, Giving Back, News

Horne Coupar was proud to sponsor the Tripleshot CrossFondo. in October, 2018.  The money raised from this event goes to the Nature Trails Society, which lobbies to connect the network of trails in Greater Victoria. For more information click here: https://www.oakbaynews.com/sports/secret-bike-race-has-no-map-uses-private-property-in-saanich-highlands/ We understand that the next event is planned for October 20, 2019.

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Partners’ mini retreat – October 2018

March 1, 2019 Category News, Uncategorised

  Here is a photograph of our partners hard at word and enjoying the view at Unsworth vineyard.

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Welcome to our new lawyer Alan Jordan

March 1, 2019 Category News

  We are pleased to confirm that Alan Jordan has now completed his articles and is a new Associate at Horne Coupar LLP. Alan brings a practical approach to his practice, and seeks out pragmatic solutions to his clients’ legal issues. He is interested in practicing in the areas of family law, administrative law, estate […]

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Congratulations to Alan Jordan

September 7, 2018 Category News

Many congratulations to our articling student Alan Jordan for passing the Law Society’s Professional Legal Training Course!

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Presentation – Wednesday, September 26th, 2018 – “The Importance of agreements in family law”

September 5, 2018 Category Community, News, Our Latest Insight

Join our family lawyers Emma Neary and Jim Monier-Williams for their free presentation open to the public on Wednesday, September 26th, 2018 from 11:30 – 12:30 p.m. Location:  Oak Bay Library meeting room, 1442 Monterey Ave, Victoria BC, V8S 4W1. The presentation will address the following issues: What is a cohabitation/prenuptial agreement and why you […]

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Brain Tumour Walk 2018

June 13, 2018 Category Community, Giving Back

Horne Coupar, LLP once again sponsored the Brain Tumour Walk at UVIC with participants from the firm joining Team Captain Deborah McNeil and her team “Gnome More Cancer”. All proceeds from the event benefit the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. It was a fabulous morning and the Victoria event exceeded their goal of $25,000.00 raising […]

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Horne Coupar LLP has donated over $300,000 to the environment

October 11, 2017 Category Community, Giving Back, News

On November 15, 2017, Horne Coupar LLP celebrates 10 years as members of 1% for the Planet during which time they have donated over $300,000.00. http://www.onepercentfortheplanet.org/ This worldwide organization includes present members such as Patagonia, MEC and singer Jack Johnson. Each year members donate 1% of their gross profits to the organisation for the benefit […]

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Assisted Death in Canada

October 11, 2017 Category Incapacity Planning, Our Latest Insight

The right to seek assistance with suicide was illegal prior to Canada v. Carter, a Supreme Court of Canada decision from 2015, in which the Court made a unanimous ruling that the current laws prohibiting physician-assisted suicide were repugnant to section 7 of the Charter.  The Court proposed an exemption which would allow a competent […]

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