In the event of your passing without a will, the distribution of your assets will be governed by the legislation in your province. This process may involve additional time and legal fees, which can be a burden on your loved ones. To prevent such complications, it is advisable to designate competent powers of attorney, executors, and trustees for your estate. Having a will is important for several reasons, as it serves as a crucial legal document that outlines your wishes regarding the distribution of your assets and the management of your affairs after your death. Here are some key reasons why having a will is so important: ● Asset Distribution ● Guardianship & Trusts for Minor Children● Avoiding Intestacy Laws ● Minimizing Family Disputes ● Choosing an Executor● Tax Planning● Expressing Personal Wishes ● Business Succession Planning● Peace of Mind Regularly updating your will is also important, especially after major life events such as marriage, divorce, or the birth of children. The complexities of contemporary life, including step-families, common-law relationships, business investments, dependents with disabilities, and recreational properties, our estate management services are designed to cater to these unique considerations. Our Assistance Encompasses: - Thorough drafting of wills- Customized powers of attorney arrangements- Estate freezes- Real Estate and Corporate Business Solutions- Guidance and Advice for Intestate CasesFor more information on estate planning, contact us. Our knowledgeable and experienced staff can help you.