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Do not have anything to do with such a crazy proposal. The danger here is that the executor and the money will disappear. Canada has no Inheritance Tax (IHT) regime, any gains made on decease being taxed as income in a final assessment.
Well, suppose the estate had a residence bought years ago, then any gain made on sale would be brought into the final tax assessment as income. That is how Canadian Tax works.
I understand your situation, but families have been known to fall out. Being an accountant makes one cautious and see possible skeletons in the cupboard everywhere!
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You will indeed.