Authored and updated by Vic and Janet Gorman of the Nova Scotia Division of the RCMP Veterans’ Association, the Guide is a valuable reference tool designed to assist and inform members, spouses, executors and attorneys who have to manage the affairs and estates following the death of a RCMP Veteran.
As noted by Association President Al Rivard (now Past President & Governor) in 2016 when the guide was first published on the site, “Vic and Janet Gorman very graciously assigned their copyright to the RCMP Veterans’ Association so that we could publish it on our website for all to access,”. “Their hard work in compiling the Guide, and their generosity in allowing it to be freely published on our website, is highly commendable.”
“This Guide is of inestimable service to anyone who is called upon to preform the duties of an executor. It is also a great source of information and contacts for survivors during the sensitive and emotional period following the passing of their loved one,” he said.
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This Guide is not a web publication of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police or the Government of Canada. Information provided in this Guide is not subject to the Government of Canada web publishing policies or the Official Languages Act, and may not be accessible to persons with disabilities.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police Veterans’ Association acknowledges with gratitude Victor and Janet Gorman, Co-Directors, Support and Advisory Committee, Nova Scotia Division of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Veterans’ Association, who prepared this Guide.
WARNING – Use of any information contained in this Guide is at one’s own risk.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police Veterans’ Association accepts no liability or responsibility for any loss, damage or injury arising in whole or in part, from the use of any information contained in this Guide.
The information in this Guide is not intended as legal advice. If you need advice about a specific legal problem, please contact a legal professional.