Chapter Three: Potential Assets of the Estate
Just because the deceased has assets in a variety of different portfolios, it doesn’t mean that all the assets form part of the estate for ultimate distribution under the Will. To the contrary, a large portion of assets actually are transferred outside of the Will and will never form part of probate. The following section of The Basics of Estate Litigation in British Columbia describes some of the assets usually found in estates.
Assets Subject to a Wills Variation Claim
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