Their Future Matters

Our Kamloops estate lawyers can help

More than just the distribution of your assets, wills can include appointing people to take over your business or care for your children after your death. We help you plan so that unnecessary expenses and disputes to your property are avoided. 

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Be Prepared

There are many little known rules, regulations and laws governing your assets even after you die. Our Kamloops estate lawyers are experienced at understanding and working with these rules.

In a Will, you leave instructions on how to distribute all your property. With proper planning you can save on taxes and probate fees for those you have named in your Will. You can also name guardians for your minor children. Despite its importance, however, an alarming 49 per cent of Canadians do not have a Will.

What happens if you die without a Will? Your assets will be divided among your relatives in accordance with the Wills Estates and Succession Act and the estate will be tied up in the courts until everything is sorted out. To ensure that your wishes are carried out in a timely manner, you should complete a Will.

Life Gets Complicated

Increasingly, family dynamics and social changes are adding complexity to the issue of Estate Planning.

Marriage breakdown, remarriage, blended families, special needs children and elder care are becoming concerns for many. Issues often arise regarding a person becoming incapacitated before death. Planning for business succession or tax implications may be necessary. As a result, an Estate Plan may require a Will, Enduring Power of Attorney, Representation Agreement, Trust, Buy-Sell Agreement, or other related documents. Your estate plan will require input and assistance of several professionals, including your lawyer, accountant and investment advisors.

Our Kamloops estate lawyers offer estate planning, the preparation of Wills, powers of attorney and representation agreements, advice on taxation and tax planning, the development of Trusts, administration and probating of estates. If you think that you have been unfairly dealt with in an estate of a parent or spouse we can advise you as to the provision of the Wills, Estates and Succession Act and any potential claim you may have against the estate.

Get your interests represented

As one of the largest law firms in the Interior, our lawyers have a broad range of specializations, ensuring that we have the experience to competently and professionally represent you.

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