A Last Will is a legal document allowing Ontario’s individuals to dictate how their assets and estate should be distributed after their passing. However, the validity of a Will can be challenged on various grounds, leading to disputes and legal complexities specific to Ontario’s legal framework. In this article, we will delve into common challenges […]
While appointing an attorney to act on your behalf in your power of attorney, some people prefer to appoint a single individual as their attorney. However, there are instances where you might want to consider appointing multiple attorneys. This article aims to provide you with the information you might want to know about appointing multiple
One of the most important decisions you’ll make while creating your Will is who to appoint as your executor. Your executor will be responsible for carrying out your wishes in your Will and ensuring that your estate is distributed per your wishes. Therefore, choosing someone responsible, trustworthy, and capable of handling an executor’s responsibilities is
Estate planning is an important process not only for individuals but also for small business owners. You might have invested significant time, energy, and money into building your business as a small business owner. Therefore, you might want to ensure that your hard work is protected and that your assets are distributed according to your
The simple answer is YES. You can update, revoke or change your will as long as you are mentally capable to do so. You can change your will by making a new one or by making a codicil which is a separate document. What is a Will? A will is a legal document that indicates
A will is a legal and binding document that outlines a person’s wishes regarding the distribution of their assets and property after their death. Having a will is on most people’s to do list but not always a priority. However, having a will has many advantages and is a time saver for your loved ones.