Let’s talk title disputes, especially ones between those with record title and those claiming title by possession.
Your lawblogger truly believes that Philip Seymour Hoffman was the best actor of his time.
Casey Kasem died June 15th, and now his daughter claims that Mr. Kasem’s body is missing (as reported by Jane Caffrey with CNN).
Unique among Canadian provinces, Quebec recognizes a third type of Will in addition to Formal and Holograph Wills: Notarial Wills.
There’s Trusts that run smoothly, there’s Trusts that have a few problems, and then there’s Trust where everything is a fight from start to finish. Which Trust sounds most like yours?
A power of attorney is a powerful document posing some danger to the holder. It is common to receive a power of attorney from an aging parent or relative in order to help them handle their personal affairs.
An exciting recent Canadian study has found a genetic variation that delays the onset of Alzheimer’s by as much as four years.
Listen to Hull on Estates #384 – Primary and secondary wills. Today on Hull on Estates, Josh Eisen and Jonathon Kappy discuss drafting errors as they relate to primary and secondary wills in the recent court case, McLaughlin v. McLaughlin, 2014 ONSC 3162 (CanLII) .