Does a spouse automatically inherit everything in Ontario?

If you are legally married to your spouse and have no will in place they are entitled to receive the first $200,000.00 and a portion thereafter depending on how many children you have. If you have no children your spouse will inherit your entire estate. Your personal items will be [...]

2023-02-27T16:08:35-05:00February 27th, 2023|Estates and Estate Planning, Wills|

A legal change on Jan. 1 will affect couples who marry and their wills.

Written by: NANCY WOODS AND NICK ESTERBAUER SPECIAL TO THE GLOBE AND MAIL   Once upon a time, John Doe married Mary Smith. They eventually had two children, Bobby and Susie. They were married for 20 years, and built a life together. They had a house, two cars and a dog, Rover. [...]

2023-02-17T16:32:07-05:00February 17th, 2023|Estates and Estate Planning, Wills|

Importance of a WILL

A Will is an important legal document that allows a person to determine what happens to their assets and possessions once they pass away. It allows a person to designate who will receive their property and other assets, as well as who will be responsible for administering their estate and [...]

2023-02-15T11:17:37-05:00January 17th, 2023|Estates and Estate Planning, Wills|

Estates News

Congratulations to Gabrielle Robert, she has recently obtained her Certified Executor Advisor designation through the Canadian Institute of Certified Executor Advisors.  We wish her continued success.  Visit our website at to view her complete bio!

2023-02-15T11:24:15-05:00January 13th, 2023|Estates and Estate Planning, Wills|
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