Holiday Parenting – Who Gets The Kids On Holidays?

Holiday Parenting – Who Gets The Kids On Holidays?

The holiday season is upon us. While for some, that means joy and excitement, for others – like recently separated or divorced couples – it can bring unwanted stress and anxiety. Who gets the kids on holidays? This, no doubt, is a question that may spark tensions even...
How To Include A Trust In Your Will

How To Include A Trust In Your Will

Many people wrongly believe they must choose between a will or a trust when thinking about estate planning. In reality – you can have both. But unless you are a lawyer, these terms may seem confusing. What is the purpose of a trust? How can one be included in a will?...
Navigating Family Disputes Over Inheritance

Navigating Family Disputes Over Inheritance

Losing a family member is always challenging, but it becomes even more painful when inheritance disputes arise. Unfortunately, it is a common issue that can cause a rift even in the closest relationships. Navigating disputes over inheritance can lead to lengthy court...
Estate Planning: Preparing and Updating Your Will

Estate Planning: Preparing and Updating Your Will

Unless you are struggling with health issues or don’t seek legal advice, the idea of making a will can seem daunting. But any lawyer will advise you that having a will is crucial for protecting your assets. Although you are not legally required to prepare one,...
Cross Border Inheritance: What You Need to Know

Cross Border Inheritance: What You Need to Know

Canada is one of the few countries that can benefit from its close relations with the US. It’s always been relatively easy for Canadians to migrate to the US seeking jobs, investment opportunities or a swift change. However, they don’t often stop to...
Top 5 Questions to Ask Yourself When Drafting a Will

Top 5 Questions to Ask Yourself When Drafting a Will

A will is a legally binding document that outlines a person’s wishes for the distribution of their assets and the care of any minor children after their death. The absence of a will can often result in a court or state official stepping in to make decisions about your...