Notice to Creditors: Custom Template Feature

Last month at NoticeConnect we launched our Custom Template feature! This new feature allows users to customize and save their own Notice to Creditors template.

Practice Considerations: How to Avoid Solicitor Negligence

Negligence claims against estate practitioners have steadily increased. By following these simple best practice considerations avoid solicitor negligence.

Case Brief: Disinheriting your only living heir

In Re Vaudrey, 2019 ONSC 7551, the Superior Court of Justice considered a case where a deceased individual's only living heir was expressly disinherited by the will.

Case Brief: Executor Sought and Denied Indemnity From Beneficiaries for Income Tax Liability of Estate

In this recent Alberta Court of Queen's Bench case, Much Estate, the executor was found to be personally responsible for paying a significant portion of the estate's tax liability.

Connecting the Canada Will Registry with Willful

The Canada Will Registry has partnered with Willful to make it easier for individuals to register their wills on the Canada Will Registry.

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.

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