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  • Husband’s Criminal History Leaves Wife Without Insurance Payout

    When people purchase life insurance, they usually do so with the goal of feeling secure in knowing that their loved ones will be protected financially in the event they pass away. It’s important to remember that when filling out insurance forms or contracts, any misrepresenting information when appl … Read more »

  • Changes Have Been Made To Estate Law In Ontario

    Over the last year-and-a-half, Canadians have experienced significant changes in both their day-to-day lives as well as more significant aspects of their lives, such as health and employment. The legal profession has also had to adapt to COVID-19 and coming out of the most serious phase of the pande … Read more »

  • Court Finds Neighbour Breached Fiduciary Duty

    Being named the power of attorney for someone’s property or personal care is a significant responsibility and one that should not be taken lightly. Having power of attorney for property means you are responsible for decisions related to someone else’s property, including their bank accounts and phys … Read more »

  • Would Be Beneficiary Left With Nothing After House Is Sold

    Having a proper will in place not only provides you with the security in knowing that your estate will be distributed as you intended in the event of your death, but it can also give your loved one’s security in knowing that they might be looked after should you pass away. But what happens when a wi … Read more »

  • Insurance Policy Issuer Seeks To Pay Proceeds Into Court Pending Litigation

    As an estate litigation firm, Derfel Estates Law routinely represents clients involved in disputes about what should happen to the estate of someone who has passed away. Oftentimes, these disputes include multiple parties who each claim that they are entitled to the entire estate or part of the esta … Read more »