On the 1st of each month I write short pieces about things important to executors (what to do when) and on the 15th about items an executor might find (what to do with) or ideas that may be helpful to others (what to do now). I work with clients throughout Toronto, York Region and the surrounding areas.
- Estate Administration in 500 Words … or Not – Part 4
- Estate Administration in 500 Words or So – Part 3
- Estate Administration in 500 Words or More – Part 2
- A Short Story – The Tea Caddy
- Estate Administration in 500 Words or Less
- Can I Wear My Grandfather’s War Medals?
- The Executor’s First Task – It May Not Be What You Think
- Carnival Glass – “Poor Man’s Tiffany”
- Distributions – Watch Your Language!
- Carte de Visites and Cabinet Cards
- health care
- tea caddy
- vintage photographs
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Almost any type of wood can be used to build furniture. Each type of wood has its own colour and grain characteristics and can be stained or painted to suit the piece. The wood of a piece of furniture may … Continue reading
Executors are tasked with the responsibility of collecting, valuing and distributing or disposing of all items in an estate. There are times that I’ve heard “Oh, what a hoarder!” when this was far from the truth. Yes, some of … Continue reading