Try telling a devoted pet parent that their four-legged friend isn’t family and chances are you’ll get an earful. Unfortunately, in the eyes of the law, you’d be right. In British Columbia, according to the Divorce Act and Family Law Act, pets are considered matrimonial property.
When you think of daily habits today compared to a decade ago, the change is dazzling. We regularly log in, share, download, and communicate from devices that fit in our pocket. So how does this affect your estate plans?