Curatorship/Tutorship

The hardships of life might one day make it impossible for you to legally exercise your rights. However, preventive legal protection mechanisms exist. In the case of a physical or mental health problem or in order to plan for legal provisions that will protect you against the loss of your capacities, the intervention of our firm’s professionals may be necessary. Based on your needs, the lawyers of our Family and Persons’ Law team will counsel you appropriately on human rights protection mechanisms such as curatorships, tutorships and the appointment of an advisor to a person of full age.

Who can advise you?
Louis St-Martin, MBA
  • Lawyer
Office
  • Montreal
Contact information Telehone : 514 | 871 | 2800
Email
Expertise

Mr. St-Martin practices mainly in the field of real estate law, particularly in municipal taxation, in property assessment in cases of tenant-landlord relations, commercial leases and joint ownership. He also acts in commercial and civil litigation matters.

Mr. St-Martin represents and advises major property owners as well as various municipalities surrounding Montreal on property assessment. He is called upon to represent many customers in civil and commercial litigation, notably in product liability, damages, construction and succession. This brought him to draft opinions and participate at negotiation meetings, but mostly to submit written and verbal representations before such authorities as the Tribunal administratif du Québec, the Cour du Québec, the Cour Supérieure du Québec, the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada.

To learn more, download his resume below.