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BC Estate Law – Estate Planning, Administration and Dispute Lawyers

Need a will? Need help administrating an estate? Left out of a will? Our estate administration, estate planning and estate dispute lawyers can help you.

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Whether you need a will or have been unfairly excluded from one, we can help.

Estate planning services can ensure that your affairs are left in order and that those who you love and care about are left with the inheritance that was intended for them.  Estate planning can be challenging and doing it right is important to ensure that those you care about are taken care of adequately.  Estate planning mistakes can lead to costly litigation and damaged relationships.  Meet with our solicitor to ensure you’ve got your affairs in order. Find out more about our estate planning services here.

Estate administration involves gathering the assets of the estate, paying the decedent’s debts and distributing the remaining assets of the estate, either according to their will or according to intestacy laws.  Mistakes in estate administration can mean undue delays in the distribution of the proceeds of the estate or costly litigation.  Our estate administration services can ensure that your estate is handled properly, minimizing the potential for undue delay and litigation.  Find out more about our estate administration services here.

Disputing an unfair will in BC often requires the assistance of lawyers knowledgeable in BC Estate Law who are able to provide trusted advice to get their fair share of the estate. Being unfairly disinherited may leave people who were rightfully entitled to benefit from the estate struggling financially and emotionally in the years that follow.  In BC, wills and estates are governed by the Wills, Estates and Succession Act – the act specifies the time limits that people have to dispute an unfair will and governs the process by which people can ask the court to invalidate a will or change a will. Getting timely legal advice is important as not all wills meet the standards set by the Act and often wills may be changed by the court to address situations where the will was either invalid or unjustly penalized one or more of the rightful beneficiaries to the estate.  Find out more about our estate dispute services here.

At LaW, our compassionate and responsive team will help you with your estate planning, administration or dispute needs.  Contact us at 250-888-0002 or – we know BC Estate Law and can help you.

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