Estates & Trusts Law > Estate Planning and Trusts Lawyers in Vancouver
When preparing estate plans for our clients, we take care to understand their unique needs, goals, and circumstances to ensure their estate assets are effectively and efficiently conveyed on death. A comprehensive estate plan also incorporates planning for future incapacity to ensure a client’s financial, legal and health care can be appropriately managed. Our estate planning lawyers regularly assist clients with the following:
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Our lawyers have extensive litigation experience to draw upon when preparing your estate plan to ensure such risks are mitigated.
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A power of attorney is a legal document that allows another person(s) or trust company to manage your money, A Committee is a person appointed by order of the BC Supreme Court made on an application under the Patients Property Act, to manage another person’s health and financial affairs. This often occurs when a person is already incapacitated and they do not have a power of attorney or representation agreement in place.
If a member of your family is a person with a disability, you may wish to settle a disability trust to provide for their financial needs. You may wish to establish the trust during your lifetime (called an ‘inter vivos trust’), or on your death through your Will (called a ‘testamentary trust’).
A power of attorney is a legal document that allows another person(s) or trust company to manage your money, property, business, taxes, etc. on your behalf.
A power of attorney is a legal document that allows another person(s) or trust company to manage your money, Representation Agreements are a key part of estate and advance care planning. A Representation Agreement is a legal document that allows you to plan for future incapacity.
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