Estate planning advice, relates to the advice associated with estate planning. Wikipedia defines estate planning as: the process of anticipating and arranging for the disposal of your assets during your life. It typically attempts to eliminate uncertainties over the administration of someone's assets by reducing taxes and other expenses. Additionally, guardians are often designated for minor children and beneficiaries in incapacity.
Putting it more simply, it is the overall plan as to how someone’s assets get distributed after they die. This is now governed by the Wills, Estates, and Succession Act in British Columbia.
Why they are so important not only for ourselves but for those we love.
Doing a will is really important. It is important for your loved ones and for your piece of mind.
This is what happens to your property when you die without a will.
Someone close to you dies and then you get left out of the will. What you can do about it.
What happens to your assets if you never get around to drafting a will. It is not what you might expect.
Having someone you trust organize and deal with your affairs when you might not be able to.
For piece of mind in the long run.
For everyone's participation because of everyone's concern and love.
Ticking off all the boxes to make sure all is in order.
When you have a lawyer help
you with effective organization of your estate, you will reach the following goals:
Written by Val Hemminger, Lawyer
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