May 25, 2017

Oustanding Claims Against an Estate

OUTSTANDING CLAIMS AGAINST AN ESTATE If you are acting as an Estate Trustee, you may have to deal with… [more]

Oustanding Claims Against an Estate Oustanding Claims Against an Estate

Estate Litigation and Limitation Periods

ESTATE LITIGATION AND LIMITATION PERIODS In Ontario, there is a general two-year limitation period in… [more]

Estate Litigation and Limitation Periods Estate Litigation and Limitation Periods

Bequeathing a Farm in Your Will

BEQUEATHING A FARM IN YOUR WILL The transfer of farmland, by sale, gift or other form of transfer, is… [more]

Bequeathing a Farm in Your Will Bequeathing a Farm in Your Will

Forcing an Executor to Account

FORCING ACCOUNTS Executors of an estate are required to disclose the value of an estate and to document… [more]

Forcing an Executor to Account Forcing an Executor to Account

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ODSP Eligibility and Assets

The Ontario Disability Support Program provides eligible people with disabilities with income support to pay for living expenses such as food and housing. Eligibility for this program, as well as the amount of income support … [Read More...]

Assuming Rental Items in a House Purchase

In Ontario, it is not unusual to find rental items in a home that is being sold. Such items may include the hot water tank or an alarm system. It is also common for the new owner of the home to agree to assume the contracts … [Read More...]

Independent Legal Advice in Real Estate Transactions

There are situations where one or more people involved in a real estate transaction will be required to obtain independent legal advice prior to the deal closing. … [Read More...]

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