Wills & Estates

Planning to provide for loved ones and confirm clear legacy wishes after one is gone, should be a priority for every individual.

To avoid estate issues and litigation is entirely possible but requires taking stock and then taking prudent action.

Action may consist of putting in place a Power of Attorney to identify the person to act on your behalf with respect to your finances, property or health decisions when you cannot.

Action might mean the drafting of a well thought out will after estate planning exercises are undertaken.

Action could mean the identification of a guardian for minor children in the event of one’s passing.

Action may mean seeking formal appointment as Estate Trustee because you have been named in a Will to act for someone who has passed or a loved one has died intestate.

Let us help you take the right actions for tomorrow, today.