In Ontario, a holograph will is a will that is done entirely in your own handwriting, and signed and dated at the end. However, it

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Fair, but not equal

It’s a classic movie scenario: mom or dad dies, the will is read, and one child ends up with far more than the other, leading

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Time for a change

In this day and age, it is not uncommon to have a former spouse (or more than one former spouse). If you are separated or

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