Our national Private Client Services Group’s cornerstone publication, Miller Thomson on Estate Planning, was cited favourably in the appeal decision of the Divisional Court discussed in this newsletter reversing Milne Estate (Re), 2018 ONSC 4174, a potentially harmful decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice which created uncertainty as to whether designated beneficiaries receive their intended bequests where there are multiple Wills. (Read our October special edition of Wealth Matters discussing the troublesome lower court decision.)
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