Wills, Personal Directives and Powers of Attorney

Benjamin Franklin once quipped that “nothing is certain but death and taxes”. That being said, why do approximately 2/3 of Canadians die without having made a Will to address how their property and assets will be distributed upon death? Also, if you value the right to make decisions about your health care, where you are to live and with whom you are to associate, knowing the frailty of life, why not decide who should help you make such decisions, or even make such decisions for you, when you are no longer able to? The reality of course is if you pass on without a Will or if you haven’t made arrangements about who will help you manage your legal and financial affairs when you are no longer able to do so, the government will do it for you at a hefty cost. You are never too young to make arrangements about your health, legal and financial affairs. Certainly the older one gets, the more imperative it becomes to have one’s affairs in order. We can assist with your affairs. Call today to make arrangements for your Will, Personal Directives and Enduring Power of Attorney.

Contact Us

To discuss your need for a Will, Personal Directive and/or a Power of Attorney, please contact our Wills, Personal Directives and Powers of Attorney Department at info@guardian.law or 403-457-7778

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