Bill 164 needs work, but addresses real harms, injustices
Without obtaining tax planning advice, and thereby benefiting from having a tax-effective estate plan, an individual who marries for a second time and has children from his/her first marriage could leave his/her new spouse and his/her children in a major dispute following his/her death
According to statistics released by the OPP in 2017, one in five fatal collisions on Ontario provincial roads between 2012 and 2016 involved a transport truck
We are often asked if elderly parents should put their money into joint bank accounts with their adult children or transfer their real estate into a joint tenancy with one or more of their adult children.
We often hear people say that all they want is a simple Will. There is real danger in that type of thinking.
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My mother died. Her bank says I need probate before I can access her accounts. What is probate and why does the bank think I need it?
What if my signature is very difficult to do now?
I don’t have a computer, does that matter?
Do you make house calls for wills and powers of attorney?