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New changes to Ontario’s probate process allow for ‘small estates’ and simplify the procedure to probate those estates.
Have an upcoming Zoom Court Appearance and not sure how to attend? Here is a step-by-step guide to get you started.
Have a Zoom Court Appearance coming up? Here are some tips to help put your best foot forward.
Thinking of separating or divorcing and not sure where to start? Start with this list of helpful websites.
As a client of Carnegie Law Office, you will have a personalized secure portal created for you. Your portal is accessible to you 24/7.
Here is what recent court decisions have had to say about how to resolve this conflict.
Limitation periods and procedural timelines start running again on Monday September 14, 2020. What does this mean for your family law matter?
While the use of social media platforms to serve family court documents has been increasingly allowed in Ontario courts, serving opposing parties through Facebook Messenger is still the exception and not the rule.
If you are representing yourself in a family law proceeding, limited scope services can provide you with some help along the way.
The Province’s new Emergency Order allows a Will and Power of Attorney to be signed and subscribed by the witnesses on separate documents, in counterpart.
Carnegie Law Office has implemented a procedure for the execution of Wills and Powers of Attorney in these circumstances.
Self-represented family law litigants who want to know if a Court will consider their matter “urgent” can speak with a lawyer, for free, to get advice on that issue.