The BC Government recently introduced anti-avoidance measures into the Property Transfer Tax Act. Ask us about the criteria for any exemption you qualify for.
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What is Access to Justice? It can be difficult for some people to get the legal help they need. Perhaps... View Article
A lawyer is someone entitled to engage in the practice of law - who can help you with things like making a Will, incorporate a company, or defend you in court.
The BC Government has just introduced its new Condo and Strata Assignment Integrity Register (CSAIR). This means additional paperwork for buyers of newly built condos.
Buying a new condo is an exercise in patience and responsiveness. This article explores three things which will help you plan for your new purchase.
Elder abuse can happen between spouses in long term marriages, especially when one spouse has been diagnosed with a life-ending or life-limiting illness, and the other spouse has no skills to deal with that.
If you are getting a pension from another country, they may want you to prove that you are still alive, in order to be entitled to keep receiving the pension.
Of course you can make your own Will yourself; but there are several reasons why you might not be the best person to do this work.
Your Will doesn't need to be notarized in order to make it legal. Simply follow the instructions in the Wills Kit you buy, and the requirements of the Wills, Estates and Succession Act.
What is a statutory declaration? A statutory declaration is a formal, written declaration that is signed as though it were... View Article