Many people mistakenly believe you must be wealthy to have an estate plan. Really, estate planning is about making sure your legacy is preserved for the people you care about.
• Living trusts
• Irrevocable trusts
• Health care power of attorney
• Financial power of attorney
• Living wills
• Wills for Single Person, with or without children
• Wills for Married Couple, with or without children
Estate planning is also important for those who wish to avoid court interference in their private affairs. Parents of young children can use a will to appoint a guardian for their kids in case they suffer a mutual tragedy. Seniors can use end of life documents, such as powers of attorney and living wills, to appoint trusted family members to see to their needs in the event they become incapacitated. Without the right plans in place, these important decisions are left to the courts.
Give yourself the peace of mind and security in knowing that your estate plan is in good order, and that you have made the effort to preserve and protect your assets and to provide for your loved ones.
Please contact our best lawyers in Mississauga to set up an appointment with respect to drafting your Will, Personal Directive, Power of Attorney, or a Probate Application. When negotiations fail, we are also prepared to assertively represent our clients in probate litigation.