The Ongoing Debate – Assisted Suicide in Canada

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014

On August 20, 2014 CNN published an article about “suicide tourism” in Switzerland and a paper published in the Journal of Medical Ethics about the number of people who visit Switzerland to commit suicide with the assistance of a doctor. According to the article by CNN the paper indicates Switzerland ...

Insolvent Estates – Administration Options

Monday, August 25th, 2014

An emerging trend in estate administration in the past few years seems to be an increase in the number of insolvent estates. An estate is insolvent if it has liabilities in excess of its assets and therefore is unable to meet financial obligations with creditors as the debts become due. There ...

DUTY TO CORRECT EXAMINATIONS

Monday, July 21st, 2014

As we know, estate litigation can sometimes drag on for many years with the parties conducting multiple examinations for discovery. Over the course of time it can be easy to forget our obligations under Rule 31.09 of the Rules of Civil Procedure. According to the Rule, after an examination for ...