Jun 29, 2017

Laurie Pawlitza discusses how a support payor's death leads to a complex court case involving an estranged wife, fiancee and an unborn child in her latest column in the Financial Post

Before Stephen died, he prepared a will — contrary to a court order — that split his life insurance between his two families. That's when the lawyers got involved.

When people separate and re-partner, life can be complicated. But when someone who may be supporting two families passes away, the problems can become even stickier.

To read Torkin Manes lawyer Laurie H. Pawlitza's latest column in the Financial Post, click here

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