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Methods of Advertising for Creditors
February 7, 2017
Rebecca Rauws, Hull & Hull LLP

Hull and Hull Logo ... Based on the convenience and cost-efficiency of online advertising, we may be able to avoid a significant disturbance in the process of administering estates due to the fact that the Ontario Gazette will no longer publish private notices. Change can be a good thing and if we can adapt accordingly, we may be able to establish a new and more efficient customary way of advertising for creditors.Keep Reading



E-filing of estate notices simplifies trustee's job
January 27, 2017
Tanya L. Carlton, Advocate Daily

Advocate Daily NoticeConnect is an online platform where individuals and businesses can post legal notices. Rather than filing a notice with the local paper, users pay $112 plus tax and fill in an online form with the relevant information, Carlton says, suggesting it’s a simple fix for a growing problem ... Keep Reading



Advertising for creditors online vs the newspaper
January 23, 2017
Lynne Butler, Estate Law Canada

Estate Law Canada Logo If you're an executor thinking about placing an advertisement, check it out ... Keep Reading



To Advertise or Not to Advertise? That is the Blog for Today
December 9, 2016
Corina S. Weigl, All About Estates

AAS Logo Thankfully, there is a new service we have come across and recently used in our more straightforward estates. The service is called “NoticeConnect”. Details can be found at www.noticeconnect.com. Essentially this is an online Notice to Creditors that is a far more economical choice than placing a print Notice to Creditors … Keep Reading




Advertising for Creditors – Does the Standard Practice Need an Update?
November 23, 2016
Suzana Popovic-Montag, Hull & Hull LLP

Hull and Hull Logo ... It is worth considering advertising for creditors online. Advertising through an online service may be more cost effective than in a newspaper ... Using a service to publish notice to creditors has the potential to reach a larger majority of individuals, in a more cost-effective manner. Furthermore, the internet has the ability to provide information to creditors that may be located outside of the deceased’s jurisdiction, allowing for the advertisement to reach more individuals as compared to a newspaper advertisement that is generally confined to one jurisdiction ...Keep Reading



Do I have to advertise for creditors?
November 3, 2016
Widowed.ca

Widowed dot CA logo If you’re an estate trustee (either an executor or an administrator), you should be advertising for creditors to protect yourself from personal liability. But with the emergence of advertising for creditors online, this doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive.… Keep Reading



Six teams move forward in Access to Justice Challenge
July 21, 2016
StartUp HERE Toronto

Start Up Here logo The Legal Innovation Zone (LIZ) at Ryerson University and Ontario’s Ministry of the Attorney General announced the six stage one winners in the Ontario Access to Justice Challenge. The Ontario Access to Justice Challenge will help fuel the success of these six innovative Ontario startups that are building products and solutions that challenge the status quo of legal services and enhance access to justice… Keep Reading




Notifying creditors of a debtor’s death
September 9, 2015
Cesia Green, Wall-Armstrong & Green

Hull and Hull Logo ... These days, however, with newspaper circulation down, it’s hard to justify running a paper ad. Enter noticeconnect.com, which allows you to publish a notice to creditors online. It is indexed and therefore searchable by the deceased’s name (if a creditor is looking), and also published on social media sites.… Keep Reading




Advertising for Creditors - Online
August 11, 2015
Samantha Lauzon, Nelligan O'Brien Payne LLP

Nelligan Logo As an Estate Trustee, you are primarily responsible for the administration of the estate. One of your duties is to make sure that any outstanding debts owed by the deceased are paid from the assets of the estate. To ensure that you have found all the potential creditors of the estate, and to avoid personal liability, an Estate Trustee should advertise for creditors.… Keep Reading




Posting Notices to Creditors online rather than in the newspaper
July 27, 2015
Lynne Butler, Estate Law Canada

Estate Law Blog ... This makes a lot of sense, really. Many people nowadays read their news online. Anyone searching for information about an estate or a deceased person would most likely search online. It's a way in which the legal system has to keep up with technology… Keep Reading




Notice to Creditors... Online
July 10, 2015
Noah Weisberg, Hull & Hull LLP

Hull and Hull Logo Debt owing by an individual does not terminate upon death. The estate trustee is therefore obliged to satisfy any outstanding debts owing from the assets of the estate even after an individual has passed away. I recently came across a new service which assists estate trustees in locating any such debts in order to satisfy them… Keep Reading



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