Wills Checklist – Do you have a will? Have you reviewed it recently?

A will is one of the most important legal documents that you will ever sign. If you die without a will, your assets may be administered by the public Trustee and distributed in a manner contrary to your wishes. Attached is our wills checklist that addresses the following: Do you have a will? Do you have children? Has there been a change in marital status? Are you a blended family? Have you reviewed your will in the past three years? Has there been a change in your net worth? Do you have a power of attorney and representation agreement? Do you know much about trusts? Do you have a business? Do you have assets outside of B.C.?

We recommend that you review your will with a lawyer every three years to ensure that it continues to reflect your wishes. For more information please do not hesitate to contact one of our lawyers.

Download our Wills Checklist.

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