Estate planning can be tedious, and it’s rather intricate. Given all that, if any mistake is made in an estate plan, it has to be found quickly. When an estate plan is executed, the testator is already deceased. That means any ambiguities or errors can’t be clarified with the source. This can be particularly troublesome when heavy property division is involved.
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You may have been working for years to acquire your home, car, and other personal possessions. But what happens to your valuables and other worthwhile investments after you die? Fortunately, you have full control through estate planning. It is a way to plan for your assets’ outcomes after your passing by naming the people or organizations you want to receive your belongings.
A will is a very personal thing and is unique to every person. This is why to make sure your wishes are honored, we always suggest creating your will with professional will and estate lawyers. Here are four reasons why this is to your benefit: 1. They are more comprehensive than a DIY will: We […]
Estate planning is a task that everyone will need to do at some point in their life. Putting yourself and your family in a position that your estate, no matter how big or small, is properly organized can help elevate some of the stress that occurs with the passing of a loved one. You will […]
In Canada, power of attorney is a legal document that gives another person the right to act on your behalf for financial and legal matters. This document should always be written with the help of a family law firm.
Writing a will isn’t a joyful task, yet knowing you’re actively safeguarding your family can be a rewarding feeling. When you’re in the process of thinking about a will or even getting your will written down, there are some important considerations to make.
It can be difficult to think about what happens when you pass away. Yet the inevitable will happen to everyone and it’s always best to consider what will happen when you do pass – who will look after your children? What will happen to your spouse? Who will be entitled to your estate? Will planning can help address some of these concerns.