Why this Association

An essential service in our society, the Public Curator of Quebec is hardly known and few external resources are available to help people who are dealing with it. Read more.

Have Questions?

Many of our clients have questions on what to expect from the Public Curator and how to navigate the bureaucracy. To get started, go to our Frequently Asked Questions.

National Assembly Updates

November 2016

Bill n°115 : An Act to combat maltreatment of seniors and other persons of full age in vulnerable situations was deposited in the National Assembly. We are sending a brief with our recommendations before the law is adopted. This is the third bill before the National Assembly in which we have an interest and are participating.  Click here to download the bill.

September 2016

The Minister responsible for Access to Information and the Reform of Democratic Institutions will be depositing a bill to overhaul provincial legislation. Go to our Publications to view briefs the ADPPPC presented in the National Assembly regarding difficulties when dealing with the Public Curator. We are closely following the legislative process.

Support our Mission

Increased numbers give us greater credibility and clout when we address the various authorities or present briefs in the National Assembly.

Send us the completed membership form with a cheque for $20 and be eligible to benefit from our services.

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What We Do

We are a non-profit association helping families and friends deal with legal incapacity and regimes of protection through support, guidance, and advocacy. Read more.

Working Together

We present grievances and support persons who are declared legally incapable, their families, and their friends. We advocate for their rights before public authorities, commissions of the Quebec National Assembly and the media.

In the News

Montreal Lawyer“I discovered several cases in which people were systematically being stripped of all their assets … and the sad thing is that there was nobody around to look out for them or their property.” Read more (PDF)

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Click to watch segments of presentation made before the Quebec National Assembly (available in French only).