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Do you know what will happen to your property upon your death? Do you have wishes about the guardianship of your children? Do you want to choose who will handle your estate? Do you want to choose who would make decisions on your behalf in the event of an illness or injury that resulted in you losing capacity? Do you want to give directions about medical treatment?
Our lawyers can assist you in preparing an estate plan to answer these, and other questions. Whether you’ve never had a Will, Personal Directive and Power of Attorney, or whether your family circumstances have changed and you need to update your Will, Personal Directive and Power of Attorney, we can provide you with the necessary guidance to ensure that your estate is protected in the event of your death or incapacity.
Our Will Questionnaire will assist you in beginning to think about the various decisions relevant to your estate plan. Please print and complete the Will Questionnaire and then forward it to email@example.com , fax it to 780-449-1222 or drop it off at our reception. A staff member will contact you to schedule an appointment with one of our lawyers to review the Questionnaire and discuss your Estate Plan.
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A will is a document which comes into effect when you die. In your will, you can give your property to the people or charities of your choice. You can also select a guardian for any minor children and choose the person who will be responsible to administer your estate.
A will can be prepared at any stage of life, but we recommend that you review your Estate Plan regularly, and in any event,when any major life event occurs, such as:
An Enduring Power of Attorney (“EPA”) is a document determining who will make financial decisions on your behalf when you cannot make them yourself.
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