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Estate planning: What happens when you die without a will?

Dec 12, 2017 If you do not have a will, and believe that you do not need a will, you are leaving your assets, money, and your family’s security on the table. You may believe that a will is unnecessary to your situation because your family will fairly distribute your assets, or that your assets […]

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Estate & Wills

How to determine who should hold the title of your home

Dec 15, 2017 Many first time home buyers do not understand that they have options in assigning their property ownership, or that it is important to be strategic about who holds the title of a home. Ownership over the title of a property means that the homeowner(s) have rights to the property and have the […]

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Real Estate & Land

Ways to reduce probate fees and taxes

Jan 16, 2018 Many people do not find out about the hidden costs that come with the death of a loved one until it’s too late. There are taxes and fees associated with many aspects, from the funeral to the will itself. What is a Probate? Probate is a tax that is charged when a […]

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Estate & Wills

What a commercial real estate lawyer can do for your commercial investment

Jan 18, 2018 If you have found the perfect property to build or expand your business, you are entering an exciting time of your businesses development. This process is complex and too often we see situations where steps are overlooked and it causes legal tie-ups or unexpected costs. To protect your commercial investment and your […]

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Real Estate & Land

Why you should consider a professional home inspection

Mar 19, 2018 Real estate transactions are often one of the most expensive transactions someone will make throughout the duration of their life. Due to this fact, it is not always an easy process, and can be intimidating for those who are purchasing a home. One of the most important things you will need to […]

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Real Estate & Land

What taxes need to paid when someone dies?

Mar 26, 2018 If you’ve recently become the Executor of an estate or are simply estate planning for your own future you may be wondering how to pay an estates taxes. When someone dies there are two main taxes that must be paid. First, the executor of the estate must file a final income tax […]

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Estate & Wills

Your options if you’ve been denied long-term disability claims

Mar 16, 2017 Disability insurance provides coverage if you are injured and suffer a loss of income as a result. The injury can be physical, such as a severe back pain, or psychological, such as depression. Disability benefits are typically based on your income. You can purchase coverage yourself, but some employers provide disability coverage […]

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Personal Injury

Common legal mistakes to avoid when selling your home

Apr 27, 2017 Selling your home is a complicated process that involves navigating many legal issues and requirements. These legalities may seem overwhelming, but working with the right Niagara real estate lawyer should make this process simple and easy for you. There are certain legal tasks that are commonly done wrong, which have the potential […]

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Real Estate & Land
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