April 29, 2016 |Dian Chaaban
Noun | a person who has died without having made a will Adjective | (of a person) not having made a will. Use it in a sentence: Prince died intestate. Simply put, this means that your provincial government decides how your assets will be divided - not...
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Breaking up is hard to do

April 22, 2016 |Dian Chaaban
I had to make a hard decision this week – I broke up with a client. My wealth management practice is a collection of amazing people – all of you know this first hand because like likes like. And because fit is so very important to me, I aim to ensure...
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Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.

April 01, 2016 |Dian Chaaban
Did you prank anyone for April Fools’ day today? I can never seem to keep a straight enough face to fool anyone. If you got someone good, I’d love to hear about it. A prank we’ve seen time and time again is the divergence between our heart and our mind...
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