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Coleman Greig Lawyers
In many family law property settlements, there may be taxation or duty consequences that neither spouse has considered.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Employers need to manage risks of family and domestic violence, in the traditional workplace and when working from home.
Cooper Grace Ward
When you and your ex-partner agree about financial issues, there are at least two ways to document a property settlement.
Cooper Grace Ward
Not all family law matters can be determined via arbitration, so parties should consider if the issues are appropriate.
The court will always focus on the best interests of the children as opposed to the rights of the parents to see their children.
Cooper Grace Ward
A carefully drafted financial agreement (also called a prenup) can be useful for a spouse wanting to protect their wealth.
Cooper Grace Ward
Some things you should consider for your Will, and the life events that indicate you should review your Will.
Cooper Grace Ward
Having an up to date enduring power of attorney is important for everyone, especially people who are members of an SMSF.
McLennan Ross LLP
My parents have always harped about not moving in with a partner until we're married. Recent changes to the Family Property Act (the "Act"), suggest they may have been on to something as long term...
Watson Goepel LLP
With the introduction of Bill 21-2020, British Columbia has proposed a series of long-awaited amendments to its Wills, Estates, and Succession Act that will modernize the will-making process...
Blaney McMurtry LLP
When a state of emergency was declared in Ontario, and other provinces in March of this year, probably no one expected that four months later we would still be looking at working remotely...
Cox & Palmer
The Estates & Trusts lawyers at Cox & Palmer are here to help you prepare your will, walking you through the important steps now for peace of mind later.
O'Sullivan Estate Lawyers LLP
Some provinces and territories provide a spouse with a "preferential share" prior to dividing the rest of the estate between the spouse and children.
Cox & Palmer
Section 2 of the Wills Act (Newfoundland and Labrador, the "Wills Act") sets out the legal requirements for the making of a valid will. To be valid, a will must first of all be in writing.
MLT Aikins LLP
Probate fees are levied when an application for probate or administration is sought in the Province of Manitoba or other common law jurisdictions in Canada
Cayman Islands
When a non-Cayman domiciliary dies owning Cayman Islands assets such as shares in a Cayman Islands company and interests in Cayman Islands funds (Cayman estate), ...
A. Karitzis & Associates L.L.C
A will is a person's written declaration of his/her intention regarding the way he/she wishes to dispose his/her movable and immovable property following he/she passes away.
Khaitan & Co
The Supreme Court in its judgment dated 19 May 2020 in Kavita Kanwar -v- Mrs. Pamela Mehta & Ors [Civil Appeal No. 3688 of 2017] reiterated the law surrounding suspicious circumstances surrounding a Will in probate cases.
Vimadalal & Co.
The Hon'ble Supreme Court of India, in V. Kalyanaswamy (Dead) by Legal Heirs v/s. L. Bakthavatsalam (Dead) by Legal Heirs, had the occasion to revisit the legal principles of proving ...
DQ Advocates
As discussed in our article: ‘Should I agree to be an Executor?', although being appointed can be seen as a great honour, it also comes with significant obligations.
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