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Hull on Estates Episode #311 – Beneficiary Designations When a Will Is Revoked

Posted in Hull on Estates, PODCASTS / AUDIO, Show Notes, Show Notes
 Listen to: Hull on Estates Episode #311 – Beneficiary Designations When a Will Is Revoked    This week on Hull on Estates, Paul Trudelle and Holly LeValliant discuss beneficiary designations when a will is revoked. More specifically, they discuss a recent decision made by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice: Petch v. Kuivila, 2012 ONSC … Continue Reading

An Annuity by Will

Posted in Beneficiary Designations, Common Law Spouses, Estate Planning, Hull on Estates, Hull on Estates, Trustees
Annuities are often employed when an individual plans his or her estate. We have covered different aspects of annuities on past blogs on Hull on Estates. A testator, for example, may choose to have one child’s portion of the future estate placed into an annuity that will create a flow of money over time. The child would have … Continue Reading
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