Estate Planning Myths Series: “I don’t have any assets, so I don’t need a Will”

It is a common phrase heard, particularly from young adults – “I don’t have any assets, so I don’t need a Will”. Young adults and non-homeowners are often of the opinion that, because they do not have “significant” assets – they do not need a Will.  This article...

Estate Planning Myths Series: Nominal gifts prevent Estate claims – or do they?

“If I leave someone $1 under my Will, then they can’t make a claim against my Estate”.  This is a common misconception that is often encountered in the estate planning process for clients who wish to take all possible steps to ensure that a claim won’t be made against...