Donating to a charity or association in your will is a way to support a cause you care about. The different forms of donation There are different forms of donations that can be made by will: special legacy, residual legacy, universal legacy, life insurance, etc. Regardless of its form, a donation will allow you to…

A will makes it possible to say how property is to be distributed after death. Without a will, property will be distributed according to the provisions of the Civil Code of Quebec. The best way to plan the distribution of property is by a notarial will.   The various types of donations in a will…

Before making a will, it is important to ask yourself some questions to be sure that the will really reflects the wishes of the testator. Making a will requires preparation. The will is an important document that will serve as a guide to achieve your last wishes. The benefits of making a notarial will are…

In Quebec, three forms of will are recognized by our Civil Code: the holographic will, the will before a witness and the notarial will. What form of will should you choose? Each form of will has advantages and disadvantages. It is important to know them before choosing a form of will. The table below shows…

Do you want to make a will? There are several forms of wills recognized in Quebec: the holographic will, the will before a witness and the notarial will. Often your approach will begin with a Google search. And two choices will be presented to you, either to make your will with a notary or to…

Did you made your will a few years ago and would now like to update it? Has your personal situation changed and you want to amend it? This article will explain you how to modify it. Changing a Will A will can be updated in two ways: By doing a codicil, By making a new testament that…

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…

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