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Act On Your Legal Obligations To Avoid Post-Death Disputes
A recent case from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Birnie v Birnie, 2019 ONSC 2152, has several important lessons for Canadians when it comes to estate planning.
Canada
28 May 2019
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Define Who Your Children are in Your Will
Clarity matters when preparing your will and estate plan in Alberta. Even a seemingly simple direction to divide your estate equally between your children may run into unexpected problems if you have a complex family structure and are not clear enough about your wishes in your Will.
Canada
10 Nov 2017
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The King of Pop on Death and Taxes
June 25th 2017 was the eighth anniversary of the death of Michael Jackson, the undisputed King of Pop. Albertans preparing wills and estate plans should look beyond the sensational headlines about the singer's life and the circumstances of his death and consider the issues faced by Jackson's estate when creating their own estate plans.
Canada
10 Nov 2017
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Taking Care To Take Care Of Yourself
Before the Powers of Attorney Act and the Personal Directives Act became law, the Dependant Adults Act offered the only solution to family members who were faced with the mental or physical decline of their loved ones.
Canada
29 May 2015
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Business Owners: What Happens To Your Closely-Held Shares On Divorce?
As an owner of a closely-held private business you likely hold voting shares in your corporation.
Canada
31 Mar 2013
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Why Every Parent In Alberta Should Have A Will
As a young, healthy parent, you may believe that having a Will is the last thing on a long priority list.
Canada
16 Oct 2012
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Empowering Your Loved Ones For Informed Decision-Making
If you lose the capacity to make your healthcare/ personal care or financial decisions, what will happen?
Canada
5 Jul 2012
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