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How long does an executor have to settle an estate in Ontario?

How long does an executor have to settle an estate in Ontario?

Settling an estate is a challenging responsibility that can often take between six months to a year in Ontario. Here’s what you need to know.

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What's New in Ontario's Probate Laws for 2022?

Ontario’s Succession Law Reform Act determines how wills and estates are executed. Here are the new changes for 2022.

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How Long Does Probate Take In Ontario?

Generally, most estates take between 6 to 8 weeks to finish probate in Ontario. However, some cases can even take months or years...read on to find out more.

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Free on-demand webinar about the costs you can expect to encounter during the estate settlement process (and some unexpected ones that could sneak up on you).

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What is a residuary estate?

Anything that’s left over after all taxes and debt have been paid is known as a residuary estate.

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What does “per stirpes” mean?

Per stirpes is a useful tool that ensures that assets are properly distributed, even if the original beneficiary has unexpectedly passed.