Reasons Why an Estate Plan Can Go Awry

January 8, 2009 by  
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This week on Hull on Estate and Succession Planning, Ian M. Hull LL.B. and Suzana Popovic-Montag LL.B. discuss the reasons why an estate plan can go awry and how to address these issues. The reasons include the concept of an acrimonious extended family member, intransigent family members, making sure you have properly drafted documents and […]

Why It Is Important To Have A Qualified Person Help With Your Estate Plan

July 29, 2008 by  
Category: Podcasts

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Charles Ticker discusses why it is important to have a qualified person help you with your Estate planning. If you, or someone you care about, is dealing with estate law issues in the Markham, Ontario Region, contact Charles B. Ticker for a consultation. This podcast is taken from an interview on 25 April 2008 with […]

The Components Involved In Estate Planning

May 29, 2008 by  
Category: Estate Law

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In order to have a good estate plan, all the components of the plan should be current. This means that you should have an up-to-date will, up-to-date power of attorney for property and a power of attorney for personal care. Policies for life insurance and disability insurance should be reviewed to ensure that they are […]

The Importance Of Having An Estate Plan

May 28, 2008 by  
Category: Estate Law

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Nobody enjoys talking about their mortality and death. I want people to understand that developing an estate plan and, more importantly, sharing this plan with your family, means you are talking about the quality of life for your family and the legacy you are going to be leaving your family when you are gone. No […]

Why An Estate Plan Must Address The Needs Of Your Family

May 27, 2008 by  
Category: Estate Law

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Having an up-to-date and well-considered estate plan is essential to ensure that people’s families and their own needs are met. If you do not have proper documentation in place, in terms of your will, then your assets are not going to be distributed the way you want them to be. Provincial legislation will dictate how […]

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