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Wills

1) Inventory

Planning your will gets you thinking about what you truly want to leave behind. It begins with an in-depth review of your assets.

2) Beneficiaries

In the event of the loss of both parents, you want assurance your under-aged children will be both cared for and provided for, financially.

3) Executor & Guardian

Give some thoughtful consideration to identify at least one trusted person willing to administer your estate. This person should be expected to outlive you, carry out your wishes, and be fairly close by for easy communication.

The following link is a resource to provide you with information only. It is not intended to be legal advice.

https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/justice/about-bcs-justice-system/legislation-policy/legislation-updates/wills-estates-and-succession-act-and-new-probate-rules

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