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  • Testamentary Appointments and Succession Planning for Children

    Generally, an individual will prepare a will to ensure that their family is taken care of after their passing. However, not everyone might understand that there are special considerations for the testator’s children when they are still minors at the time of the testator’s death. Therefore, accountin … Read more »

  • Court of Appeal Decision Highlights Importance of Contingency Planning

    Running a business can be difficult as there are many challenges that business owners have to navigate, such as securing financing, managing day-to-day operations, and employing the right people. However, few business owners contemplate the difficulties faced when relationships break down between bu … Read more »

  • Understanding Powers of Attorney in Ontario

    Powers of attorney are intricately mixed into Ontario’s current law regarding wills and estates. A power of attorney is a legal document that authorizes an agent to act on the principal’s behalf in legal, financial, or personal matters. Understanding the limitations of different types of powers of a … Read more »

  • Legal Entity Review: General Partnerships

    Business owners can choose from several legal entities when beginning their endeavour, and these entities will be the topic of a legal entity review series. This series will begin with a comprehensive review of general partnerships. This blog post will unravel the complexities surrounding the format … Read more »

  • Can Handwritten Notes Revive a Will?

    Even in a world where digital documents and electronic communication are standard practice, pen and paper is still relevant in the realm of estate law. Many individuals living in Ontario choose to update or change their wills with handwritten notes, such as in the Estate of Harold Franklin Campbell … Read more »