Testators in Saskatchewan will no longer have their wills revoked when they enter into a spousal relationship thanks to recent amendments to The Wills Act, 1996. But if their spousal status changed before the legislation took effect, their wills may now be invalid, according to a decision from Saskatchewan’s Court of Queen’s Bench.

 

Read more here: Amendments To Saskatchewan’s Wills Act, 1996 Are Not Retroactive, Court Rules – Family and Matrimonial – Canada (mondaq.com)