When a person passes away, the liquidator and the heirs would want to quickly obtain a copy of the will. Who can get a copy of the will? If the testator is alive If the testator (the one who made the will) is alive, he or she is the only person who can obtain a…

Without a will, your spouse or common-law partner is not an heir, even if you have lived together for several years. There is no law that makes a civil union spouse an heir after 10 years together – this is an urban myth! If you do not have a will when you die, it will…

Getting married at the Montreal Palais de Justice is one way that you can celebrate your civil marriage. There are many differences between a civil marriage celebrated by a notary, and especially by Mtre Mona Salehi, Notary and Civil Marriage Officiant in Montreal, and a civil marriage celebrated by a court clerk at the Montreal…

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