When a person who has neither a spouse nor children dies, certain rules will apply for liquidation of the estate. According to Quebec law, a husband or wife must be legally married to be able to inherit in the absence of a will. These rules will differ greatly if the deceased had made a will…

Having your civil marriage by proxy would allow a spouse who could not be physically present at the civil marriage ceremony be represented by another person who would act on his or her behalf. We have recently seen that remote marriages are not allowed in Quebec. Can celebration of marriage take place by proxy? Although…

Certain proceedings, such as non-contentious proceedings, require applicants to submit an application to the Court. Notaries are ideally suited to assist you in this type of proceeding. Definition of non-contentious proceedings A non-contentious proceeding is, as its name suggests, a proceeding for which there is no dispute, which is not contested. In non-contentious proceeding, the…

To get married civilly in Quebec, there are certain administrative steps you have to go through. Other steps can be added depending on the type of marriage you want to arrange. Here we present the main steps for a civil marriage in Quebec. Main steps to get married in Quebec Step 1: Find your soul…

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