Barry Lebow talks to Bob Aaron about wills and estates


“I think that people have difficulty facing their mortality,” says Toronto lawyer Bob Aaron, in trying to explain why more than half of Canadians do not have a will.

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In this video, I interview Bob about misconceptions involving wills, including what will happen if you die without a will (no, the government doesn’t take it all). We talk about the dangers of using a “will kit” rather than getting legal advice when writing a will and cover how to choose an estate trustee – and what to do if you are named as an estate trustee. I learned several things about wills and estates that I didn’t know before.

Barry Lebow, FRI, Master-ASA, ABR, SRES, is one of Canada’s most recognized real estate authorities. Now in his 53rd year of professional real estate, Barry has been honoured by many real estate associations for his work in the profession. He has testified in more than 500 trials across North America. He is the founder of the Accredited Senior Agent designation program. A teacher, trainer and educator, he is an active broker at Re/Max Ultimate Realty in Toronto. Contact Barry by email.


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