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Daniel & Partners LLP News

Can you set aside a spousal asset shield?

Do you have a claim that you did not pursue because the other party appeared to be sheltering their assets behind their spouse? Do you have a judgment that you haven’t been able to collect because the other party’s house and/or other assets were

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‘Make a Will Month’

November is the Ontario Bar Association’s  ‘Make a Will Month’.   Throughout this month, we will be sharing informative posts that will help you understand more about the Estate Planning process, and why it’s important to have a Will and have it drawn up by

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Rowan’s Law Day

The last Wednesday in September has been designated in Ontario as ‘Rowan’s Law Day’ to help raise awareness about concussion safety. Rowan’s Law is named for Rowan Stringer.  Rowan was a high school rugby player from Ottawa who died in 2013 from ‘second impact

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COVID-19 Update

Daniel & Partners is pleased to announced that as of July 17th, 2020, our office will be re-opening to the public by appointment only.  In accordance with By-law No. 2020-97 passed by the City of St. Catharines on July 13th, we have developed a

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Dependant Support Relief Claims

Section 58(1) of the Succession law Reform Act (SLRA) outlines the Court’s power to make an order for dependant’s support. It provides that where a deceased, whether with or without a will, has not made adequate provision for the proper support of his or

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What happens if I die without a will in Niagara?

We’ve written before about what could happen if your will is lost or destroyed, but what happens if you don’t have a will? If you die without a will, your estate will be divided according to intestacy laws. In Ontario, the Succession Law Reform

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