Estate Litigation

Jan 24

It’s not uncommon for people to wait longer than they should to write their wills. An unfortunate possible result of this could be that the will is challenged due to Read More

Jan 10
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Being named the executor of an estate is a serious responsibility that leaves the executor making decisions that may impact anyone who stands to benefit from a will or trust. Read More

Dec 27

There’s an old saying that says “the devil is in the details.” This is particularly true in the case of the law. Many of our blogs cover cases before the Read More

Dec 13

When someone expects to be left behind something in the will of a loved one, and then find out they’ve been left out of the will, they may want to Read More

Sep 19

An executor of an estate is faced with many responsibilities, oftentimes having to manage risks and liabilities that may impact the estate. As a result, it’s common for an executor 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

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

Jul 5

Plenty of people in romantic relationships make the decision not to get married. While there are many good reasons for this, people involved in common law relationships should understand that Read More

May 13

Marriage contracts (also known as “pre-nups”) may not be the most romantic topic for couple about to get married, but they can be incredibly important for people who are looking Read More

Apr 19

In everyday conversation, people may take the simple definitions of words for granted. Take for example the word “home.” Easy enough, right? Most people have a general understanding of what Read More