Month: November 2021

Mutual Wills

Although not common, mutual wills between spouses are being increasingly used in blended family. If two spouses make identical (mirror) wills leaving their respective estates to each other, after the first spouse dies the surviving spouse can change their will as they please. This gives the surviving spouse flexibility moving forward with their life and […]

Buying a Home? Buyer Beware!

Everyone’s likely heard the phrase “buyer beware”. It’s not just sage advice, but a legal principle. Also known as caveat emptor, the principle of buyer beware remains a force to be reckoned with especially when it comes to buying a home.Caveat emptor places the responsibility on the purchaser of real estate to satisfy themselves as […]