Tag Archive: estate planning

Is a Power of Attorney still valid after death?

Powers of attorney are not valid after death, and here’s what you can do about that.

A BC Notary’s guide to navigating property ownership – title pitfalls for seniors

Adding another person on title has pitfalls. Your BC Notary can explain them to you.

Now providing services in Creston, BC.

We are pleased to announce that we will be providing legal and notarial services in Creston, BC and its surrounding areas, starting March 1, 2023.

What happens if you die without a Will?

If you die without a Will, you might be very unpleasantly surprised by what happens to your estate. Intestacy laws... View Article

Do you need a lawyer to make your own Will in BC?

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.

Does a Will need to be notarized in BC?

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.

How do I make sure my personal care wishes are honoured?

[siteorigin_widget class=”WP_Widget_Media_Image”][/siteorigin_widget] If you’ve ever worried that you will be, at the end of your life, left alone in a... View Article

How do I make my own Will?

[siteorigin_widget class=”WP_Widget_Media_Image”][/siteorigin_widget] A Will tells others who should manage your affairs after you die, who should look after your minor... View Article

Powers of Attorney

Powers of Attorney appoint someone to help you deal with your legal and financial affairs.

What does it mean when someone tells you to put your affairs in order?

A life-limiting or life-ending diagnosis means it’s time to pay attention to a few important planning issues. Who can help... View Article