Wills

Wills

Wills

Every person over the age of 18 (and certainly any person with children or financial assets) should have an updated and valid will. Failing to do so can lead to family discord, unintended consequences (regarding the parenting one’s children and otherwise), the devaluation of estate assets, and years of expensive court battles for your loved ones.

Arranging your affairs for the benefit of your loved ones does not need to be a stressful or complicated experience. Our lawyers and team of estate paralegals have decades of experience in drafting valid wills that will ensure your final wishes are followed, estate disputes avoided, while working with tax professionals on formulating an estate plan that will minimize estate taxes thereby maximizing what is available to your beneficiaries.

After filling out our Wills Questionnaire (see below), one of our lawyers will meet with you to better understand your goals and answer any estate and wills related questions you might have. We will then draft your will, provide it to you for feedback (again, answering any additional questions you may have), and when you are satisfied, meet again to sign and witness your Will in the manner mandated by applicable Alberta legislation.

To book a consultation to discuss any of the above matters, please call our office at 403-948-0009.

 

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