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  • Questions Arise Over Who Manages Inheritance For Minor Upon Father’s Death

    Having a will is one of the most important things a person can do in order to prepare their estate in the event of their death. A valid will is the best way to ensure that your loved ones are taken care of, and that your estate is distributed with as little a likelihood of litigation as possible. A … Read more »

  • Mother Regains Possession Of Matrimonial Home During COVID-19

    While Ontario begins to roll out its plan to re-open, the courts consider to hear only urgent items as it relates to family law. Unfortunately, urgent situations to continue to arise, and a recent decision from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice highlights what constitutes urgent as well as how C … Read more »

  • Written On A Napkin, A Will Leaves A Mess

    Here at NuLaw we regularly help clients plan for their future through our estates and trusts practice. One of the key parts of planning for you and your family’s future is through the creation of a valid will that states how you want your state handled upon your death. Of course, not everyone gets a … Read more »

  • Decision Highlights Challenges Of Shared Custody During COVID-19

    Parents looking to avoid some of the disruptions that comes with separation or divorce might turn to nesting arrangements, which see the children staying in a single home while the parents take turns living in it in accordance to a custody or access schedule. Precautions in light of the COVID-19 pan … Read more »

  • Father’s Refusal To Discuss COVID-19 Parenting Leads To A Loss Of Access

    The emergence of COVID-19 and the safety measures put in place to slow its spread has led to a huge change in the way people live their lives on a day-to-day basis. For parents who share access to their children, there may be a concern by one of the parents that the other is not following the safety … Read more »