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  • If you die without a will — legally known as “intestate” — you may be leaving a complicated mess for your loved ones and missing an opportunity to distribute your assets in your preferred, more ...read more »
  • When writing their will, testators often include conditions or restrictions to control how their assets are bequeathed, but there are limits. They may be your assets, but you can’t impose any ...read more »
  • While each province and territory has its own laws governing wills and estates, they are fairly consistent across Canada. Those laws largely protect the will and its testator — the person writing it ...read more »