The Original Will Has Been Misplaced or Destroyed – W …

December 4th, 2018

We have recently looked at the validity of a Will, when the uncertainty of the testator’s wishes are apparent. Especially in the instance whereby the testator has more than one Will. –  However, the definition of the modern day family has somewhat evolved over the years, allowing for the recognition of diversity and the complex […]

 

Legal Grounds For Will Challenges

May 16th, 2018

The loss of a loved one can be a devastating and overwhelming experience. While mourning a loss, you may find yourself scrambling to ensure that all of your family’s affairs are in order, especially if you are listed as an Executor, Administrator, or Trustee of an Estate or Trust for the deceased. However, many individuals […]

 

When Does an Executor Pass their Accounts?

April 16th, 2018

A passing of accounts is essentially an estate audit.  Much like the CRA can pour over your tax returns with a fine tooth comb, a beneficiary, and later a judge, can review your estate accounting. This is because an executor is required to account for his/her actions to the beneficiaries. However, there is not always […]

 
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