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Can You Put Your Trust In A Henson Trust? That Depends, Says The Supreme Court Of Canada In S.A. v. Metro Vancouver Housing Corp.
On January 25, 2019, the Supreme Court of Canada considered, for the first time, "Henson trusts" and the nature of a disabled beneficiary's interest in them for the purposes of determining eligibility for social benefits programs.
Canada
4 Feb 2019
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New Trustees Act For New Brunswick
In her recent article, New Trustees Act for New Brunswick, Sarah explains why the new Act is a welcome development to estate and trusts practitioners in New Brunswick.
Canada
12 Jun 2017
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Estate Planning In The Age Of Assisted Dying
In three years (lightning speed in the law), medically assisted dying went from being illegal to being legal. A great deal has changed, a great deal will still change, and a great deal of uncertainty...
Canada
2 May 2017
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McInnes Cooper's Sarah Dykema In STEP Inside: Reform Of The Nova Scotia Incompetent Persons Act
Our lawyers are key contributors to our clients' industry organizations. McInnes Cooper lawyer Sarah Dykema, TEP is a member of STEP Canada, the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (Canada).
Canada
9 Feb 2017
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Canadians With U.S. Connections: Key Cross-Border Estate Planning Strategies
Here are some tax basics and key planning strategies for three common estate planning scenarios that Canadians with U.S. connections regularly face.
Canada
23 Jan 2017
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Supreme Court Of Canada Will Not Hear Appeal Of Invalidation Of Bequest To Neo-Nazi Group As Against Public Policy In McCorkill v. Streed, Executor Of The Estate Of Harry Robert McCorkill (Aka McCorkell), Deceased
McInnes Cooper's Marc-Antoine Chiasson and Romain Viel represented the successful party in the application for leave to appeal to the Supreme Court, and Marc-Antoine represented her throughout her challenge of Mr. McCorkill's bequest.
Canada
10 Jun 2016
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NB Court Decides Bequest To US Neo-Nazi Group Is Against Public Policy – And Void
After Mr. McCorkill died, his sister asked the NB Court to void the bequest because it was illegal and/or against public policy because the NA and its activities breach Canadian law.
Canada
3 Oct 2014
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