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Testamentary Capacity – Making a Will – Wills and Estates – Victoria, BC

In order to make a Will in B.C. a person must be 16 years of...
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When Does a Person Have the Capacity to Make a Will? – Wills and Estates – Victoria, BC

  There is a test which lawyers use to determine if someone...
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Who decides what to do with the body when a person dies? – Wills and Estates – Victoria BC

It is common practice in a will to add a clause stating what...
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Can You Remove One of Your Children from Your Will? – Wills and Estates – Victoria, BC

In B.C. a testator has a moral and a legal obligation to treat...
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Family Trusts and “Pour Over” Clauses – Wills and Estates – Victoria, BC

A pour over clause is a clause in a will that states the...
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How Long Can a Spouse Remain in the Family Residence After One Spouse Dies? – Wills and Estates – Victoria, BC

Today many people are living together in a second or third...
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Removal of Trustees – Wills and Estates – Victoria, BC

    When an estate is administered by the...
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Joint Bank Accounts – Wills and Estates – Victoria, BC

Adding your spouse’s name to a bank or investment account is a...
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What is the Meaning of the Word “Home”? – Wills and Estates – Victoria, BC

Mr. Hicklin died and in his will he left his brothers his...
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Holograph Wills – Wills and Estates – Victoria, BC

If a person dies without a formal will that has been drafted...
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Henson Trusts – Wills and Estates – Victoria, BC

Parents who have a child who has a lifelong disability often...
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Undue Influence – Wills and Estates – Victoria, BC

Undue influence is extremely hard to prove. Often all you have...
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