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- Hull on Estates #652 – Scalia v Scalia: When can an Attorney for Property sever a joint tenancy?
This week on Hull on estates, Stuart Clark and Mashal Hakimi discuss the Ontario court of appeal decision case of Scalia v Scalia 2015 ONCA 492, regarding whether a power of attorney can severe a joint tenancy. Follow us on Social Media. Read more »
- Hull on Estates #651 – Wolk v Wolk: Testator’s Intentions and Finding a Valid Gift
This week in Hull on Estates, Natalia Angelini and Raphael Leitz discuss the recent decision in , and the powers of the Court to find a gift valid even where it does not meet formal statutory requirements. Follow us on Social Media. Read more »
- #650 – O’Connor v O’Connor: a Lesson in Excluding Inheritances from Family Law Equalizations
This week in Hull on Estates, Nick Esterbauer and Darien Murray discuss the recent decision in O’Connor v O’Connor, , and the impact of issues of inheritances and joint accounts in the context of marital breakdown and equalization. Follow us on Social Media. Read more »
- #649 – When can a person be liable for the actions of an Estate Trustee?
In this episode of Hull On Estates, Jonathon Kappy and Mark Lahn discuss the recent decision in where an individual was found liable for the actions of an estate trustee based on her assistance in a breach of trust. Follow us on Social Media. Read more »
- #648 – Can the Outline of a Will be Submitted for Probate?
Can an outline of a will be submitted in an Application for Appointment of Estate Trustee with a Will? In today’s episode of Hull on Estates, Doreen So and Artur Adamin discuss a recent decision, , where the court grappled with this exact issue. Follow us on Social Media. Read more »