Estate Planning & Personal Legal Contracts
Only around 40% of Canadians have a will, if you are one of the 60% you should consider Canada Business Lawyers to get your affairs in order. Estate planning doesn’t have to be difficult, complicated or expensive. In fact, for many people, our free templates will be enough to cover you in case of a tragic accident. We can help by ensuring that all documents and contracts are legal, enforceable and ensure your estate is prepared properly.
Many lawyers in Canada charge flat rates for their estate planning documents and that is because they are already written. Our team provides custom legal documents and only charges an hourly rate for work completed.
An estate planning lawyer can help you plan for the future in a cost-effective, time-efficient manner. We offer services that range from wills to trusts to power of attorneys and more! You will be able to rest easy knowing all your bases are covered with our team on your side. Estate planning is one of the best investments you can make. Why? They give legal advice and help people set up their wills and trusts to protect their assets for future generations. These documents ensure that your property will go where you want it to when you die, which could save your family a lot of money in court costs and legal fees. You also get peace of mind knowing that everything is taken care of beforehand should anything happen unexpectedly.
We can help by providing a living trust, a legal document that allows individuals to specify how they want their property to be managed and distributed after death. It can also help with the process of probate in the event of death by appointing an executor, trustee, or successor personal representative who will manage any remaining assets according to instructions in the living trust. A living trust can be created during your lifetime. The person who creates it is the “trustee”, and when they die, control of their assets will automatically pass to the people or organizations named in the trust document.
Estate Planning & Personal Legal Documents:
- Power of Attorney
- Financial Affidavit
- Living Trust
- Will & Testament
- Prenuptial Agreements
If you don’t, it may be time to get one. A will is the only way to ensure your assets are distributed according to your wishes after death. Without a will, the government decides how your assets are distributed and who gets custody of any children or dependents that you leave behind. That can mean long court battles with family members over money and property that could have been easily avoided if there was a clear plan in place for what should happen when someone dies.
Our lawyers offer wills, living trusts, powers of attorney and other estate planning services so our clients can rest easy knowing their affairs are in order before they pass away. We also draft personal legal contracts like prenuptial agreements for couples getting married as well as cohabitation agreements for unmarried couples living together but not ready to tie the knot yet. These documents protect both parties from future problems by clearly outlining what each person expects from the relationship financially and legally while still alive and well! Get started today on creating an estate plan that protects your loved ones after death or drafting important legal documents now.
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Canada Business Lawyers is an affordable personal law firm that helps people with their legal needs. We believe in providing the best service and value to our clients, and we’re proud of it. Our lawyers are experienced professionals who will help provide documents, contracts and legal advice on estate planning and other personal issues.
At Canada Business Lawyers, we know how important it is to have someone on your side when times get tough. That’s why we work hard every day to be there for our clients when they need us most. We understand that life can throw curveballs at any time; but no matter what happens, we’ll always be here for you!
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