Category: Hull on Estate and Succession Planning

10 Nov

Hull on Estates #601 – Proving Secret Trusts

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This week on Hull on Estates, Natalia Angelini and Kira Domratchev discuss secret trusts and the recent decision of the British Columbia Court of Appeal in Bergler v Odenthal, 2020 BCCA 175.

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13 Oct

Hull on Estates #599 – Rectification in the Corporate Context

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This week on Hull on Estates, Jonathon Kappy and Nick Esterbauer discuss the recent decision of Robert Mandel et al. v. 1909975 Ontario Inc. et al., 2020 ONSC 5343, and review the issue of rectification in the corporate context.

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29 Sep

Hull on Estates #598 – How has COVID-19 Impacted the Execution of Wills?

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On today’s podcast, Rebecca Rauws and Garrett Horrocks discuss the execution of Wills in the midst of COVID-19, and how the emergency measures introduced this year may impact how Wills are executed in the future. The Globe and Mail article mentioned by Garrett and Rebecca during the podcast can be found here.

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15 Sep

Hull on Estates #597 – Pour Over Clauses

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This week on Hull on Estates, Jonathon Kappy and Stuart Clark discuss Quinn Estate v. Rydland2019 BCCA 91, and the concept of “pour over clauses” more generally and whether you can leave a bequest in a Will to an already existing inter vivos trust.

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04 Aug

Hull on Estates #595 – When to Strike: Rule 25.11 and Notices of Objection

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This week on Hull on Estates, Noah Weisberg and Sydney Osmar discuss Notices of Objection, Rule 25.11, and the court’s decision in Dessisa and Wolde v Demisie.

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03 Mar

Hull on Estates #590 – Substantial Compliance vs. Strict Compliance

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In today’s podcast, Paul Trudelle and Kira Domratchev discuss the British Columbia Supreme Court’s decision in Hubschi Estate (Re), 2019 BCSC 2040, and the factors considered by the Court in holding that the document found on the deceased’s computer was a Will in accordance with the curative provisions of the relevant legislation.

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25 Feb

Hull on Estates #589 – “Cottage Planning”?

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In today’s podcast, Stuart Clark and Doreen So discuss the Ontario Court of Appeal’s decision in Donaldson v. Braybrook, 2020 ONCA 66, and what to consider when the ownership of a family cottage was changed to include the children.

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11 Feb

Hull on Estates #588 – Rights and Limitation on an Attorney under a Power of Attorney

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In today’s podcast, Natalia Angelini and Sydney Osmar discuss the OBA’s Institute Elder Law program recently chaired by Natalia and Kimberly Whaley. Natalia and Sydney delve into the debated issue of whether or not beneficiary designations are testamentary. Tune in to learn how the crowd voted.

Please note that, as a result of technical difficulties, the introduction of this podcast has been cut off.  Sorry for the inconvenience.

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21 Jan

Hull on Estates #587 – Re Vaudrey: The Importance of Properly Providing for a Gift of Residue

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On today’s podcast, Noah Weisberg and Rebecca Rauws discuss the recent decision of Re Vaudrey, 2019 ONSC 7551. In that case, the testator tried to disinherit one of his daughters, but failed to make provision in his Will for the disposition of the residue of his estate in the event that the residuary beneficiaries predeceased him (which they did). Without this, the residue of the testator’s estate was distributed on an intestacy—entirely to the daughter that he had wished to disinherit.

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24 Dec

Hull on Estates #586 – Can a word document be a valid Will?

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In today’s podcast, Jonathon Kappy and Sydney Osmar discuss the difference between strict compliance and substantial compliance regimes regarding the formality of Wills.

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