In 2020, in the midst of the pandemic, several international and national articles, television and radio broadcasts reported an upcoming increase in divorce requests. In our firm, the demand for amicable divorce has increased, but not more than our normal annual growth rate. But is this the case for all law firms or notary office?…

In 2020 and early 2021, several television reports and newspaper articles mentioned an increase in applications for notarial wills and powers of attorney. Increases in business volume of nearly 40% were announced. Has this trend continued? Was it a temporary increase? Has this increase in requests for notarial wills been maintained during the pandemic? To…

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…

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