I previously blogged about the new qualified disability trust (“QDT”), which became law on January 1, 2016. In my previous blog, I left a discussion of the “recovery tax” for another day. Looking outside as I write this, it appears the proverbial rainy day has arrived!
Darren Lund is a member of the Trust, Wills, Estates and Charities Group in the firms Toronto office. Darren has expertise in a broad range of estate planning matters, including multiple wills, inter vivos trusts, disability planning, estate freezing, and planning for beneficiaries and assets outside Canada. Darren advises trustees and beneficiaries on all aspects of estate administration, both contentious and non-contentious, and his experience includes passing of fiduciary accounts, trust variations, post-mortem tax planning, and administering the Canadian estates of non-residents. He also speaks and writes on a variety of related topics such as estate planning for spouses and couples, inheriting overseas property and estate planning for persons with disabilities. He previously practised estates law at a large national law firm.
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