Month: December 2016

Contesting the Will

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Testamentary freedom or the right to dispose of your property as you see fit is strongly enshrined in Canadian law. Nevertheless, the Will can be contested by deprived ones. Contesting a Will means applying to the court to have the Will deemed invalid. Because the owner of the Will is deceased, contesting of the Will…

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