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  • Estate Trustees: How Many is Too Many?

    The passing of a loved one is a deeply emotional time. Yet, amid grief, important legal and financial matters often require urgent attention. In Ontario, the person named in a will as the “estate trustee” (also referred to as a “personal representative” or “executor”) plays a pivotal role in adminis … Read more »

  • How to Avoid Costly Mistakes as a First-Time Home Buyer in Ontario

    Deciding to take the exciting plunge into homeownership in Ontario can be an exciting, yet overwhelming decision. It can also be hard not to get so caught up in the dream of finding your perfect property that you overlook certain things that can quickly lead to costly mistakes. Buying a home is a si … Read more »

  • Beyond the Physical: Estate Planning for Your Digital Legacy

    The digital age has fundamentally changed how we live, work, and even die. While traditional estate planning focuses on physical assets like property and investments, a growing concern is the fate of our ever-expanding digital footprint. In today’s digital world, your online presence and digital ass … Read more »

  • Henson Trusts: An Overview

    When preparing an estate plan, navigating the needs of a family member with special needs or disabilities is important. In these cases, a balance must be found to ensure the beneficiary is adequately provided for, while also securing their eligibility for long-term government benefits. Fortunately, … Read more »

  • A Guide to Beneficiary Designations in Ontario

    Crafting your estate plan is a crucial step in securing your legacy. While your will and power of attorney will generally address what happens to your property and assets in the event of your incapacity or death, what happens with your special accounts, such as your RRSP, TFSA, and life insurance po … Read more »