It’s been a while since I last updated this blog series and definitely longer than I planned. As usual, life intervened while I was making other plans.
My original plan for this part of the series was to call it “Guess who’s coming to dinner” as a motivation to get people talking to family and others about their estate plans including
I was catching up reading LinkedIn posts a few weeks back when I saw a colleague’s post that referenced the following quote from Picasso “The meaning of life is to find your gift.
Guardianship with respect to adults, in jurisdictions like Ontario, refers to the court appointment of a substitute decision maker with respect to a person who has been determined to be unab
So what is probate and how much should it cost? In true lawyer fashion, I am going to say the cost to get probate depends since there can be complications in some files.
When the changes to the tax rates for testamentary trusts were announced in the 2014 Budget, there was disappointment but also some enthusiasm.
There is a common misconception that just because spouses, or other persons, prepare similar Wills together the Wills are not only mirror or reciprocal but also automatically mutual.
Check out the Forms page for updated and new Get Started booklets as well as the “Why am I left in the waiting room?” flyer which explains key legal ethics issues that arise with
The 2014 Federal Budget is out and the text appears full of hope and promise.