Posts Tagged ‘Will Estate Law’
What Happens If Your Common Law Partner Passes Without a Will?
Regardless of the number of years a common law couple has been together, the common law partners are not treated the same as those who are legally married and therefore do not have the same property rights as their married counterparts. In the province of Ontario, if a common law partner passes without a will,…Read More
The Benefits of Having a Will Drafted
You have probably heard that it’s important to have a will. However if you are young, don’t have a lot of assets, or haven’t started a family yet, you may be wondering if having a will drafted is really necessary just yet. The fact is, there are many benefits to drafting a will now –…Read More
Why you need to make a will even if you are young
Many individuals overlook the importance of having a will drafted. Especially the younger generations of individuals do not prioritize the drafting of a will when in reality they should. The fact is that none of us really know how long we have on this planet and almost everyone can proactively benefit from having a will. …Read More
How to Legally Defend Yourself Against False Accusations
Being falsely accused of a crime may just be one of the most stressful experiences that an accused individual can face. Regardless of whether you committed the offense, it is important to know how you can defend yourself. In this blog, we will discuss what you can do if you are ever falsely accused of…Read More
When is it too late to challenge or dispute a will?
When a loved one passes away, there is so much to do and final affairs to take care of. At the time, you may not be thinking clearly about what is going on and so you might be least concerned about your loved one’s will or final wishes. Now that it’s been a while and…Read More
7 Common Reasons for Why a Study Permit in Canada is Refused
When students from foreign countries wish to study in Canada, they will need to obtain a study permit and an entry visa before they can begin their studies abroad. There is a process for applying for both of these documents through the Canadian government. Recently there has been a rise in applications, and it has…Read More
4 reasons why you should have a lawyer prepare your will and testament
You are probably aware that having a will and estate plan is important as it allows for you to formulate and manage your final wishes in a legal document and designate beneficiaries to your estate and belongings. Furthermore, it saves your family the stress of trying to guess what your wishes were and helps to…Read More
Why You Might Need a Wills and Estate Lawyer?
While some choose to create their Last Will and Testament from a “will in a box” or an online form, all can have a legal standing in court. However, your final affairs are highly important; they should be handled with a high degree of care, following all required legalities. Hiring a professional wills and estate…Read More