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    The consequences of not having a will

    Julie, from Ste-Anne-des-Plaines, writes: "I have been married for 7 years. We have three children. Neither I, nor my husband, have made a will, since we have never felt the need to do so. However, a dear friend of ours recently passed away due to a [ … ]

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    Mandate in case of incapacity

    A reader from Laval has asked us if there is a way that he can name a person to take care of his affairs in case he loses his autonomy. The Role and the Responsibility of the Mandatary In fact, our laws indicate that any person may sign a mandate [ … ]

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    The validity of a will in Quebec

    Legally Valid Wills in Quebec For many, the most common kind of will is the will signed before a notary. However, in Quebec, our Civil Code provides for 3 types of wills that are all legally valid: A) Holograph WillB) Will before witnesses (also [ … ]

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