We are all by now very used to making sure our hands are clean, literally, but did you know there is “Clean Hand Doctrine” in court, wherein a litigant should come to court with figurative clean hands?
In a […]
In estate matters, disgruntled heirs frequently challenge a deceased family member’s will by arguing that the deceased testator did not have capacity at the time the will was completed.
Burden of Proof
Those challenging a testator’s capacity are faced with […]
When a payor of child support resides outside of Canada, it is important to consider whether there is a need to adjust the guideline income to account for a higher or lower rate of taxation in the country […]