Wealth Matters

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September 2015

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Dagg v. Cameron Estate: A Case to Read

The recent decision of Dagg v. Cameron Estate[1] is an interesting one for trusts & estates and family law practitioners alike in respect of two issues: who is a “spouse” for the purposes of dependants’ support, and how are insurance...

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Deficiencies in the Execution of a B.C. Will Cured by Courts: Yaremkewich Estate (Re)

Brendan Burns

Introduction The recent British Columbia Supreme Court decision in Yaremkewich Estate (Re) involved an application to cure defects in the formalities of a will being probated in British Columbia.  While this is not the first case to apply the curative...

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