Estates and Income Taxes
Disclaimer: The post below and all material on this website is intended to be general information only and is not to be relied on as legal advice. Please contact a wills & estate lawyer for information and advice about your particular situation.
In administering an estate, the estate trustee is responsible for ensuring the deceased’s tax...Read More
Title Insurance and it’s use in Real Estate
So you are finally set to close on a real estate property and move in to your new home. You have hired a real estate agent to help you find the property within your price range, in the neighbourhood of your choice and the offer has been accepted. You have decided on the lawyer you wish to work with and are eager to know how much all of this is...Read More
Disclaimer: Please note that opinions and information herein (and elsewhere on this website) is general information and is not to be considered legal advice. Please contact a Kitchener real estate lawyer for advice in relation to your specific scenario.
WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN A STATUS CERTIFICATE
If you’ve come to this page while searching for information on a...Read More
ESTATE ADMINISTRATION TIPS
Please note that this post contains general information only and is not intended to be legal advice. Please contact a Wills and Estate Lawyer for more information about your particular situation
While it is often the case that an Estate Trustee may be very familiar with the deceased’s financial affairs, it also may be the case that the...Read More
Please note all information shared herein is general information and not legal advice for which a lawyer must be retained. For more information about buying, selling or refinancing real estate in Kitchener-Waterloo or beyond, give us a call.
Although buying a real estate property, in Kitchener, Waterloo or Cambridge regions or beyond involves multiple steps, selling your real estate...Read More
If you are buying a newly built real estate property, it is important to review your particulars with a lawyer in advance of closing so you understand not only your agreement and obligations within, but also the HST-related consequences.
NOTE: The article shared below is for informational purposes only and is not to be considered legal advice. For the correct advice pertaining to your situation, please contact a wills and estates lawyer in your area.
After the passing of a loved one, one of the key questions facing family members is whether they have to go to court in order to obtain the grant of probate. The short answer is,...Read More