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In Marasse Estate (Re), the Court decided on the issue of whether the estate of the deceased was entitled to continue receiving spousal support under a separation agreement. The separation agreement required the defendant to pay $3,000 per month in spousal support for 60 months. After 8 months, the deceased passed. The estate of the…

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In the face of a changing economy, full time and permanent work is no longer the norm and employment is increasingly less secure. Many people are unable to support their families on part-time, contract or minimum-wage jobs and many more don’t have access to time off due to illness. Accordingly, Bill 148, the Fair Workplaces,…

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“I can’t believe I haven’t done my Will yet! This is well overdue!” – It is not unusual for someone to say these things to me at the beginning of our first meeting to plan their Wills (and Powers of Attorney for Property and Personal Care). According to a new Angus Reid Institute poll, people cite a…

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