Contributor Page
O'Sullivan Estate Lawyers LLP
 
Email  |  Website  |  Articles
Contact Details
Tel: +1 416 363 3336
Fax: +1 416 363 9570
TD Bank Tower, Toronto-Dominion Centre
66 Wellington Street West
Suite 3430
Toronto
ON M5K 1E7
Canada
By Susannah Roth
People often wish to ensure confidentiality in doing their estate planning as an important goal.
By Marly Peikes
With increased mobility, it's becoming more common to have assets in several jurisdictions, in which case, it is important to create a comprehensive estate plan that considers all of your assets and not just the assets located where you live.
By Margaret O'Sullivan
One of the benefits that a trust and estate lawyer like myself enjoys is that we deal with people of every background
By Susannah Roth, Margaret O'Sullivan
Our last four articles in this series reviewed important legal issues relating to powers of attorney for personal care.
By Susannah Roth, Margaret O'Sullivan
(August 12, 2019, 10:55 AM EDT) -- Our last three articles reviewed some important issues involving continuing powers of attorney for property.
By Susannah Roth
One issue which people planning their estates frequently struggle with is who to appoint as their executor. The choice for this important role deserves serious consideration
By Margaret O'Sullivan
A Q&A guide to private client law in Canada. The Q&A gives a high level overview of tax; tax residence; inheritance tax; buying property; wills and estate management; succession regimes; intestacy; trusts; co-ownership; ...
By Susannah Roth, Margaret O'Sullivan
Statistics show many Canadians are living with disabilities and many will have a long-term disability.
By Marly Peikes
The family landscape is changing with increases in blended families, matrimonial breakdown and cohabiting.
By Susannah Roth, Margaret O'Sullivan
When discussing incapacity planning, it is important to distinguish between a will and a power of attorney.
By Margaret O'Sullivan
The psychology of wealth is emerging as a distinct area of academic study and research.
By Susannah Roth
One of the most important aspects of estate planning for families is ensuring that everyone who is considered to be part of the family is able to share in the family wealth after death.
By Margaret O'Sullivan
Additionally, the person must be at a point where death has become reasonably foreseeable.
By Susannah Roth
Much has been written in recent years about the role of the "trusted advisor".
By Margaret O'Sullivan
(May 8, 2019, 9:50 AM EDT) -- With increased mobility of people and their assets, more and more estates have a multijurisdictional dimension.