Elder abuse isn't just physical, it can also be sexual, emotional, and financial. This booklet provides information on what elder abuse is, how to recognize different forms of elder abuse and what to do about it.
NEW June 2017

The Adult Trusteeship and Guardianship Act (AGTA) provides a variety of options that range from having someone provide a bit of help, to having someone take over decision making completely.
January 2012


Adult Interdependent Partners include unmarried couples but can also include non-sexual partners who live together. This booklet will help you understand the law in Alberta that applies to people who live together.
January 2013

A Personal Represenative (previously Executor) is the person named in a Will to carry out the directions contained in that Will. The Personal Representative is responsible for settling the person's affairs after death.
November 2015

This booklet is for people who have been asked to be an Agent under someone's Personal Directive. It explains what is involved in being an Agent.
June 2013

This booklet is for people who have been asked to be an Attorney under someone's Enduring Power of Attorney. It explains what is involved in being an Attorney.
NEW December 2016

Ce document s'adresse à tous ceux qui désirent en savoir davantage sur les droits constitutionnellement protégés de la minorité de langue française à l'extérieur du Québec.
Janvier 2013


This guide was developed for frontline service providers in Alberta. It provides general legal information on Alberta law only.
NEW January 2016


This booklet explains the law and parenting in Alberta. There is information about custody and guardianship, parenting plans, how to make agreements with the other parent, common problems and suggestions on how to resolve them.
June 2014

This guide will explain the basics of what you need to know about applying for an interim (or temporary) child custody or parenting order after you have left an abusive relationship.
NEW May 2016

As part of their duties under the Condominium Property Act, condo board members have the power to enforce the condominium corporation's bylaws. Here are some steps that a condo board can take if the bylaws are not followed.
NEW August 2016

A condominium board of directors (known as the board) is a group of individuals. They are normally elected each year by unit owners to run the condominium corporation. This booklet answers some frequently asked questions about condominium boards.
NEW August 2016


A brief guide to a condominium's 3 key meetings - board meetings, Annual General Meeting (AGM) and extraordinary general meetings.
NEW August 2016


A condominium corporation has a legal obligation to respond to requests for certain information, depending on what is requested and who makes the request. This guide will help condo boards determine if and when they must respond to requests for information.
NEW August 2016

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