Uncategorized, WESA s.58

BC Estate Litigation Determines Authenticity of Handwritten Change to Will

Can a handwritten document purporting to change a will be given legal effect via BC estate litigation? Section 58 of WESA is a broad curative provision. It provides the court with the discretion to validate a document which has not been made in compliance with the formalities of will-making and allow it to be admitted to probate, if satisfied that the document “represents the testamentary intentions of the will-maker.”


Onyx Law in Fox News

It seems that our good work advancing our client’s case in the Hjukstrom estate litigation is getting international notice.  Fox News has now covered the CBC article…


Onyx Law in CBC news

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