Right Back Where You Came from: Does the Law of Your Birthplace Govern Your Estate Without You Even Knowing It?

If an individual is born in Alberta, lives and works in BC for more than a decade, then lives and works in Saskatchewan for more than a decade, then moves back to BC temporarily, while simultaneously searching for a residence in Costa Rica, where is this person domiciled?

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An “End Around” Trustee Removal?

By | MATTERS of TRUST | July 8, 2016
An “End Around” Trustee Removal?

Uniform Trust Code Section 706 permits the removal of a trustee under specific circumstances, such as (1) commission of a serious breach of trust or (2) where removal is requested by all of the qualified beneficiaries, but only if a court finds that removal of the trustee best serves the interests of all of the beneficiaries and is not inconsistent with a material purpose of the trust.

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