In California, as in every other state, you can create a joint tenancy account with anyone you like, including a friend, caretake, or child.
This week on Hull on Estates, David Smith and Nick Esterbauer discuss digital legacies and recent developments in social media that may assist not only in sharing digital information and assets with surviving family members or friends, but also in continuing an online presence after death.
Alberta, like Ontario, has enacted a statute to address the financial support of dependants. While Ontario has Part V of the Succession Law Reform Act (“SLRA”), Alberta has Part 5 of the Wills and Succession Act.
When it comes to wills and trusts, drafting mistakes come in all shapes and sizes.
Ontario`s Family Law Act has a profound impact on a couple`s financial situation on dissolution of a marriage.
The expense of college for children and grandchildren is a troubling issue for almost all of my clients.
Many people wait until they do their will to appoint their power of attorney for personal care (and attorney for property).
Make no mistake, litigation is a fight. If you are going to try to set aside a Trust or Will document, you have a fight coming your way.
Today on Hull on Estates, Natalia Angelini and Josh Eisen look at a recent case addressing the requirements under the Substitute Decisions Act for resigning as an attorney under a power of attorney for property and for personal care.