Wills are an important part of the estate planning equation, and they are intended to allow for a smooth transition as one's final wishes are preserved. However, there are times when you may feel that some of the provisions in a will are not legally justified - so much so, that you may actually want to contest or challenge the will.Communication is an important part of estate planning and the creation of a will, but many individuals take the process for granted because of how well they may assume they know their loved ones. So, often the first time you see what's in a loved one's will is after his or her passing. The hurt you feel may just add to your grief over losing someone you love, and you might start questioning several aspects related to the creation of the will.
Merovitz Potechin LLP is proud to announce that Eli M. Udell has joined the partnership effective January 1, 2018.Eli has been practicing real estate and development law for over ten years, and has been part of the experienced team at Merovitz Potechin LLP since 2012. Over the years, Eli's practice has expanded to include commercial acquisitions, sales and re-finance transactions, residential and condominium development work, and land titles conversion registrations.