Estates errors: Common will drafting mistakes part 1

With more than 17 years of experience litigating disputes, and a legal lineage that dates back more than a century, Toronto trusts and estates lawyer David Mills has seen his fair share of badly drafted wills.

However, Mills says that testators can minimize the chance of making decisions they will regret by consulting a lawyer at the earliest opportunity.  

Read about some of the most common sources of trouble he identifies in Advocate Daily.

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