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Sep 13

Going through a separation or divorce is not only emotionally stressful, but it also brings with it a list of things to address before a divorce is made final. In Read More

Sep 6

In 2018 we wrote about a decision in which a judge found that a couple who had written both primary and secondary will’s did not have valid copies of the Read More

Aug 29

Following a separation there are many steps a couple may take on the road to divorce. One of the steps in the process can be the creation of a separation Read More

Aug 23

Finding someone to appoint as an executor or trustee in your estate can be challenging. An executor or trustee has many significant legal issues to address in order to protect Read More

Aug 16

When we discuss issues around child custody and access, it is usually in the context or parents disagreeing over those matters in the context of a separation or divorce. However, Read More

Aug 9

A marriage agreement, often referred to as a prenuptial agreement or “pre-nup” are agreements made between couples prior to their marriage. They can be an effective way to protect one Read More

Aug 1

Limitation periods play an important role in estate administration and are a critical piece of what trustees must keep in mind when caring for a person or looking after an Read More

Jul 25

When it comes to matters of child custody and access, most people might assume that only two options are available to the courts – sole or joint custody. However, the Read More

Jul 19

We have written before about the ways in which social media intersects with family and estate law. Emerging technologies continue to play an interesting role in the courts. A recent Read More

Jul 12

One of the most important reasons people choose to create an estate plan is to minimize the likelihood of disagreements amongst family and other heirs of an estate. Unfortunately, it’s Read More