A Parting Shot

A Parting Shot Is there someone you want to exclude from your estate and you want them to know full well why they have been excluded? In the recent decision In the Estate of Frances Jane O’Grady[1], the deceased made provision for five named grandchildren and included...

Intergenerational Wealth Transfer

Intergenerational Wealth Transfer We spend a lifetime generating wealth and assets but not many of us ensure that it will be passed to the next generation – our children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and so on. Statistics[i] tell us that the largest shift in...

Untying The Knot

Untying The Knot In the last edition of Insight we addressed marriage as an important milestone when one’s will should be reviewed. Separation and  divorce on the other hand are other moments, albeit less pleasant ones, that should trigger a review of your will. With...

Estate Planning for Parents of Disabled Children

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Estate Planning for the Disabled

Estate Planning for the Disabled Disability can occur at any age.  For some, disability occurs at birth and for others, disability can occur due to accident or illness during the course of life.  In some cases, the disability can affect a person’s decision-making...

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Recent Blog Posts A Parting Shot by PC Legal | Mar 19, 2018 | Insight Article | 0 CommentsIs there someone you want to exclude from your estate and you want them to know full well why they have been excluded? In the recent decision In the Estate of Frances Jane...