A human rights lawyer, employment lawyer, and health lawyer answer questions on COVID and the law in daily life in British Columbia.
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Do you have questions about returning to work during the pandemic? In this 45-minute webinar, employment lawyers Sara Forte and Jim Wu answer common questions being asked by British Columbians who are being called back to work.
We break down the key financial supports for workers affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
A walk through of which relief benefits for workers might fit your situation.
Learn how you can prepare a valid will during coronavirus, while staying safe.
Creative options for signing your will during coronavirus
The coronavirus pandemic has many of us thinking about our own health and future — and those of our loved ones. Preparing a will right now just makes sense. To ensure that British Columbians can safely make wills during this time, a change in the law now allows wills to be witnessed remotely. If you choose to sign in this way, certain requirements must be met. Learn how you can prepare a valid will during coronavirus, while staying safe.
Are you trying to figure out what emergency benefits apply to you? In this 45-minute webinar, employment lawyer David Brown explains the different benefits available to workers in British Columbia, what those benefits look like, and how to know which ones apply to you.