Category: Hull on Estates

25 Aug

Hull on Estates #596 – Resulting Trusts and Matrimonial Homes

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This week on Hull on Estates, Natalia Angelini and Arielle Di Iulio discuss the court’s application of the presumption of resulting trust in Kent v Kent, 2020 ONCA 390 (CanLII).

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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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23 Jun

Hull on Estates #592 – Dealing with the Body: Issues on an Intestacy

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This week on Hull on Estates, Natalia Angelini and Doreen So discuss the estate administration issues surrounding the disposition of the body, where there is no will, in Re Timmerman Estate, 2020 ONSC 3424 (CanLII) and Re Timmerman Estate, 2020 ONSC 3425 (CanLII).

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09 Jun

Hull on Estates #591 – Accounting obligations and Passing of Accounts during the COVID-19 pandemic

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This week on Hull on Estates, Noah Weisberg and Nick Esterbauer discuss continued accounting obligations during the COVID-19 pandemic and procedural considerations relating to fresh and pre-existing applications to pass accounts.

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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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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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22 Oct

Hull on Estates #582 – Informal Trust Arrangements

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This week on Hull on Estates, Jonathon Kappy and Nick Esterbauer discuss the recent Ontario Court of Appeal decision in Rubner v Bistricer, and the law regarding informal trust arrangements.

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08 Oct

Hull on Estates #581 – Minimal Evidentiary Threshold in Will Challenges

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On today’s podcast, Paul Trudelle and Rebecca Rauws discuss the recent decision of Naismith v Clarke, 2019 ONSC 5280, and the minimal evidentiary threshold test for will challenges.

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10 Sep

Hull on Estates #580 – Elder Law Issues

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On today’s podcast, Natalia Angelini and Rebecca Rauws discuss elder law issues, including the increasing prevalence of such issues in our practice, the different viewpoints on damages, and the need for more case law in this area.

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13 Aug

Hull on Estates #578 – Grewal v Litt: The Issue of Testamentary Freedom and Potential Discrimination

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In today’s podcast, Jonathon Kappy and Sayuri Kagami discuss Grewal v Litt, 2019 BCSC 1154, a recent case out of BC where 4 sisters sought to have the court vary their parents wills that left almost 96% of the parents’ estates to the applicants’ 2 brothers. The applicants claimed that the parents failed to make adequate provision for their proper maintenance and support as a result of cultural discrimination that favoured sons over daughters.

If you’d like to read more about the case, see Garrett Horrock’s recent blog here.

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