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Insolvent estates add stress to a sad situation

An insolvent estate adds a layer of complexity to an already emotionally fraught situation. I was recently interviewed by Advocate Daily on this issue.

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Digital assets and estate planning – the new normal

As society moves toward an online existence, it becomes increasingly important to account for our digital presence in our wills and in estate planning.

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What is the Canada Pension Plan Death Benefit?

The financial issues that arise from the death of a loved one can cause a significant amount of stress. It is important to look at all the options available to you to help defray the costs. The Canada Pension Plan offers a one-time lump-sum death benefit following the death of a contributor to the plan.

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Katherine Humphries Joins Journey Law Professional Corporation

Downtown Cornwall law firm, Allinotte Law Office Professional Corporation has brought in a new lawyer to the team and offers a warm welcome to Katherine Humphries. 

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Let’s join the conversation on mental health on Bell Let’s Talk day (and every day)

Cornwall lawyer Michele Allinotte discusses the Bell Let’s Talk initiative and provides links to resources.

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Can I amend my own will?

Cornwall lawyer Michele Allinotte answers the question, “Can I amend my own will?”

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Happy Halloween from Your Cornwall Lawyer – Journey Law PC

From the team here at Your Cornwall Lawyer – Journey Law Professional Corporation, have a safe and happy Halloween.

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Special Rates on Wills in November for Make a Will Month

According to a 2012 LawPro survey, over half of all Canadians do not have a signed will. Make a Will Month in November is an annual campaign by the Ontario Bar Association aimed at getting OBA members across the province to raise public awareness and provide education about the importance of having a properly drafted will.

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Getting Remarried? 3 Conversations To Have Before You Say “I Do”

Wedding planning season is upon us. Many area couples are marrying late in life, and might be trying their hand at love for the second or third time.  But, as many newly remarried couples will soon find out, starting a new life together can get downright complicated, especially when there are premarital assets and children from

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