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The Will-Maker’s Dilemma: Witnessing Wills in a Time of Self-Isolation

Canada - May 4 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic poses a unique challenge for Canadians who wish to make Wills. Generally, will-makers must sign their Wills in the physical…

Alex Kotkas, Antoine Aylwin, Louis Thomas Bélanger, Maureen Berry, Annie H. Chen, Stephen Hsia, Hiva Parandian, Demetre Vasilounis

Trust Reporting New Requirements Postponed Yet Again

Canada - November 10 2022 On November 3rd, 2022, the Fall Economic Statement 2022, tabled in Parliament, confirmed that the enhanced tax reporting obligations for trusts shall…

Maureen Berry, Pritika Deepak

A Financial Opportunity To Kick-Start Your Summer; Family Income Splitting Loans At A New, Low Prescribed Rate

Canada - June 8 2020 If you have a family member who is in a lower tax bracket than yourself, an upcoming change in the Canada Revenue Agency's ("CRA") prescribed…

Maureen Berry, Kathryn Walker, Corina S. Weigl

First Video Witnessing, and Now Counterparts: Ten Frequently Asked Questions Surrounding Ontario’s Emergency Changes to Will and Power of Attorney Executions

Canada - April 23 2020 In an effort to assist residents who are self-isolating as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ontario provincial government has made several…

Maureen Berry, Demetre Vasilounis