If you simply want to leave everything to your married partner, and you have no children, then without a will your legally married partner has the right to your estate. However, if you and your partner are unmarried or in a common law relationship then your partner does not have the same right. This ofContinue reading “What is the big deal if I die without a Will?”
Probate or letters of administration have been around since the late 1700’s. The keeping of Wills and estate papers began under English law. In English Canada, Probate records were originally kept at the district level in Ontario by Surrogate Courts. Between 1793 and 1858 a central Probate Court of the Province dealt with estates valued aboveContinue reading “TO PROBATE OR NOT TO PROBATE? That is the question.”
The Ugly Truth: A series of posts about the unexpected costs with selling a house. A Door to Door Salesperson may seem kind and knowledgeable about what you ‘need’ but make no mistake they are there to sell you something unsolicited. These salespersons travel through neighbourhoods primarily targeting Seniors and low-income housing attempting to sellContinue reading “The Ugly Truth of Door to Door Sales People”
There are two different types of buyers that could approach a seller to buy their home: Private Purchasers: These individuals are likely purchasing home for their home personal use. They can be willing to pay a premium as a result of specific characteristics of your home. For example: purchasers may want to live close toContinue reading “Seller Beware! Why You Should be Cautious in Selling your Home Privately”
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