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Service Area: Estate Litigation

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Estate Litigation, Wills, Trusts and Estates

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Posted January 4, 2023

Executing powers of attorney is an important component of estate planning and allows individuals to decide who will manage their affairs should they become incapable[...]
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Estate Litigation, Wills, Trusts and Estates

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Posted December 20, 2022

Acting as an estate trustee can be a burdensome task, and it can become particularly difficult in circumstances where beneficiaries cannot be so easily found[...]
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Estate Litigation, Wills, Trusts and Estates

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Posted November 1, 2022

Disputes over funeral and burial arrangements can arise after the death of a loved one. These disputes may involve disagreements over the funeral arrangements, including[...]
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Estate Litigation

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Posted September 20, 2022

Disputes over a will after a testator has died can result in costly and time-consuming litigation.  Testators may anticipate this conflict and try to avoid[...]
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Estate Litigation

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Posted June 13, 2022

Trust companies are often faced with a dilemma when the fees associated with the administration of a testamentary trust exceed the income generated by it. [...]
Practice Tips |
Estate Litigation

Posted January 25, 2022

Where a person is cross-examined on an affidavit to be used on a motion or application, the questions asked must be relevant to the matters[...]
Practice Tips |
Estate Litigation

Posted January 5, 2022

In the case of a will, suspicious circumstances questioning capacity may be (1) circumstances surrounding the preparation of the will, (2) circumstances tending to call[...]
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Estate Litigation, Estate Administration

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Posted November 29, 2021

A recent decision by Justice Corthorn provides a detailed and useful overview of the case law regarding the removal of Trustees.  In the decision of[...]
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Estate Litigation

Posted November 19, 2021

Anyone who can be lawfully appointed a trustee can be lawfully removed.  But not lightly.  Grounds must be carefully considered, both individually and collectively.  Section[...]

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