Beneficiaries Disagree On How Estate Should Be Distributed

Having a properly drafted will is one of the most important first steps involved in creating an estate plan. In an ideal world, a will…
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Estate and Son of Deceased Argue About Whether Land Was Given

For many young couples, having parents who are able to help with the purchase of a first home can be an extremely helpful way to…
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COVID-19 Is No Excuse On Failure To Act In Estate Dispute

The impact of COVID-19 has been felt by everyone, and in many areas of life, people and organizations have received leniency in some of the…
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Father Disputes Ownership Of Property With Children

The division of family property can be a contentious issue, especially if one party believes they have not received a fair share of the property…
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Executor Warns Of Risks Associated With Role

We’ve blogged on a number of occasions about the responsibility that comes with accepting the role of executor in an estate. An executor is responsible…
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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…
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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…
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A Tale Of Two Acts

Limitation periods are an important part of the law, telling potential parties to an issue how long they have to make a claim, or conversely…
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Will Challenged For Testamentary Capacity Due To Brain Tumour

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…
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Can An Estate Recoup Money Lost After Objection Without Merit?

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…
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