Litigation

Keeping Your Will Up to Date With Your Life

Suzana Popovic-Montag | Posted 05.11.2013 | Canada Business
Suzana Popovic-Montag

The modern family often incorporates second and third marriages, step-children, half-children and common law spouses. We often recommend to our clients that they create a 'global' estate plan, incorporating other agreements such as cohabitation agreements, marriage contracts and separation agreements. Having these documents well-synced to wills and powers of attorneys can go a long way in sorting things out when plans go awry.

The Many Ways You Can Be Disinherited

Suzana Popovic-Montag | Posted 03.31.2013 | Canada Business
Suzana Popovic-Montag

When most people hear that someone has been "disinherited," they usually think of someone who has been written out of someone else's will. While this certainly is the classic definition of disinheritance, it is not the only way that a person can be excluded from an estate.

Advice on Surviving Family Business

Joshua Slayen | Posted 01.06.2013 | Canada Business
Joshua Slayen

There has been a colossal breakdown of the Archie family business, and it sounds like something right out of the movies; egos, lawyers, yelling matches, sexual harassment claims, defamation lawsuits and restraining orders. This one has it all. It makes me think of different measures that friends and family members can take when entering into businesses ventures

Why Divorce Lawyers Will Never Work For a Fixed Fee

Georgialee Lang | Posted 08.14.2014 | Canada
Georgialee Lang

Speaking of emails, most lawyers spend a lot of time reading lengthy email missives from their clients, and also multiple strings of nasty emails between client and his or her spouse, many of which will be producible for court. Hard to predict in advance whether you'll need to read a hundred emails or several thousand.