A Part IV claim (a family provision claim) is an application for a share or a larger share of a deceased person's estate.
5 reasons why you should get a lawyer when you are separating from your partner.
An interim hearing is a mini hearing before the final hearing – when a party needs the court to resolve an urgent matter.
Recent decision provides a useful summary of the principles governing the admission of an informal will to probate.
Travis Schultz & Partners
Article discusses what it means to leave a legacy & how is a legacy left.
What are probate caveats? How can they be used & how are they removed? How long do they last? Who can lodge? Different types.
Estate planning in your lifetime ensures that your estate is administered in accordance with your wishes when you die.
O'Sullivan Davies Lawyers
Due to current delays in the Family Court, there is an average 2 to 3 year period until parties are listed for a Trial.
O'Sullivan Estate Lawyers LLP
In the scope of estate planning, compensation must be part of the conversation when discussing trustee appointments.
Robynne Kazina Discusses Adopting a Child in Your Care
A brief 3 minute video from partner, Robynne Kazina, to introduce you to the process of adopting a step child in Manitoba.
On November 9, 2020, the Honourable Chief Justice Glen Joyal pronounced an Order declaring several sections dealing with parentage in The Family Maintenance Act to be discriminatory on the basis of...
Clark Wilson LLP
Today, March 1, 2021, marks the coming into force of significant changes to the Divorce Act.
Pallett Valo LLP
The Ontario Government has recently introduced a simplified probate procedure for estates valued up to $150,000, which will come into effect on April 1, 2021.
Miller Thomson LLP
On February 22, 2021, the Attorney General for Ontario tabled Bill 245, Accelerating Access to Justice Act, 2021, which has now received Second Reading.
McLeish Orlando LLP
The loss of a loved can give rise to a wrongful death action where negligence played a role in the death.
This guide to Cayman's private client sector includes commentary on tax, trusts, foundations and private wealth structures used within the jurisdiction, including charitable or philanthropic...
Michael Kyprianou Advocates & Legal Consultants
Do parents have a statutory obligation to support their minor child? The Law imposes a common obligation on parents to provide for their minor child, each according to his or her financial capacity.
An increasing number of people have sought to make Wills during the COVID-19 pandemic. Given restrictions on social interaction and physical distancing
Through our executorship company, Carey Olsen Executors Jersey Limited, we provide a professional estate administration service for family members, individuals, lawyers, or other professionals...