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Case Comment: Slover v Rellinger 2019 ONSC 6497 on Testamentary Capacity & Undue Influence

In this lengthy (82 page) decision, Justice Sanfilippo addresses an estate dispute involving tense family relationships, complex estate planning documents, questions concerning testamentary capacity, undue influence, and the admissibility of a retrospective capacity assessment.


Case Brief - A disinherited granddaughter challenges two wills

In Balanko v. Logan De Chavez*, 2019 ABQB 860, the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta considered the case of a disinherited granddaughter who challenged two wills.


Q&A with Kavina Nagrani, JD, TEP

We caught up with estate lawyer and longtime NoticeConnect advisor Kavina Nagrani this month.


From the Sidelines to the Spotlight: The Sager Estate

Craig Sager was a longtime sideline reporter for Major League Baseball and the National Basketball Association who passed away at the age of 65 after a two year battle with acute myeloid leukemia in 2016.


Case Brief: Holding up the administration of an estate

In Maloney v. Maloney, 2019 ONSC 5632, the Superior Court considered a motion related to an estate administration held up by a notice of objection.


Register your own will on the Canada Will Registry

The Canada Will Registry isn't just for law firms and trust companies. Anyone can use it to register their will and ensure that this important document is found when it's needed.


Is your firm using a spreadsheet to keep track of its wills?

Many firms keep a list of their wills in a spreadsheet or a binder, but is this the best way to keep track of your wills? The Canada Will Registry comes with powerful features that make it easy to stay organized.


Extra Security with Two-Factor Authentication

By enabling two-factor authentication ("2FA"), you can add an extra layer of security to your NoticeConnect account.


The Canada Will Registry is Open for Searches

We've opened up the Canada Will Registry for searches. Searching our database of 100,000 wills is effective due diligence to identify forgotten, missing, or competing wills.


Three Reasons to Search the Canada Will Registry

NoticeConnect's Canada Will Registry is open for searches. Searching our database of 100,000 wills is a vital step for estate administration. Here are three reasons why searching the Canada Will Registry should be part of your estate administration checklist.


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