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The decision in Mak (Estate) v Mak differs from the controversial Calmusky ruling

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Adult twins who were disinherited by their dad have been granted 70% of his estate by a B.C. judge

Ontario Legislative Building at Queens Park in Toronto Ontario

Bill 245 has received royal assent, which also means that Ontario is a substantive compliance province and virtual will witnessing is permanent

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Most Canadian provinces already grant this power to the courts, but some estate experts argue changing the law could lead to unintended consequences

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While the coronavirus has highlighted the need for wills and powers of attorney, these documents are vital regardless

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Proposed changes would allow technology to be used in drafting and witnessing

last will and testament waiting to be filled and signed

Rule change comes in response to Covid-19

  • By: IE Staff
  • April 16, 2020 March 19, 2021
  • 16:20
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The first step in dealing with a client's online accounts is to persuade them of the importance of addressing these assets in a will and estate plan

Labrador retriever with leash is waiting for walk.

Pet owners are showing more interest in making provisions for their furry friends

last will and testament waiting to be filled and signed

IIROC and MFDA advisors could lose their licence if they act as an executor and/or beneficiary