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.
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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.
If you've ever worried that you will be, at the end of your life, left alone in a care home,... View Article
A Will tells others who should manage your affairs after you die, who should look after your minor children, and... View Article
A Power of Attorney is a document that appoints someone to help you pay your bills and deal with your finances. It's not a given that your family will automatically have this right.
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
Alter ego trusts are a great estate planning tool. Who can help you Our BC Lawyers would be happy to... View Article
Personal Care is an important legal concept to understand if you or a loved one is starting to have capacity... View Article
What’s the difference between a Section 7 Representation Agreement and a Section 9 Representation Agreement?October 7, 2017 1:57 pm Leave your thoughts
Representation Agreements require a Lawyer or Notary to draft them, and must be tailored to your needs. Who can help... View Article