Archive for November, 2014

Curing Deficiencies in Wills – Contrasting British Columbia and Alberta

In previous blog posts dated February 28 and May 27, we suggested that when the Wills, Estates and Succession Act (“WESA”) came into force, the legal landscape had changed and interesting court cases would follow.  One such change to the landscape is section 58 of WESA, which allows the Court to cure deficiencies in Wills. … View this post »

Making Advance Health Care Decisions – Getting Started

Have you thought about what medical care you would like to receive in the event you become unable to express your wishes?  More importantly, have you shared those thoughts with loved ones and your medical professionals?  Like making your Will, planning for future incapacity can be difficult, and discussing it with your loved ones may be… View this post »