I have a common law spouse and we both don’t have a Will. Should I be concerned?

| Jan 6, 2020 | Common Law, Wills |

Under Ontario law, a common law spouse can only make a claim under the succession law reform act as a dependent and may not be able to claim against assets so if you want them to have a right to a property for example and their name is not on it then you need a will.

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