When it comes to the question of whether a parent is required to provide for their child in their will in BC, the answer is far more complex than a simple yes.
If you’ve been left out of a will, here’s what you need to know as a spouse.
While the global pandemic has been incredibly disruptive, the Court is embracing these changes and the legal community is using the tools available to move matters through the court system despite challenges.
Under the Wills, Estates and Successions Act (“WESA”) of British Columbia, the court can vary a will if it finds that the will does not provide adequate.
The petition was originally brought seeking appointment of a committee for the person and estate of Ms. Swereda. It was opposed by the Public Guardian and Trustee.
Unusual in vitro fertilization case highlights the importance of having a clear will.