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July 29, 2019

When you leave your pet for a weekend, you have a plan. You know who'll feed it and how much it will cost. So, what happens when you step away from your business for the weekend? More importantly, what will happen when you leave your business for much longer - as in, p...

April 30, 2018

When planning for your pets, there are a few things you’ll want to consider. Depending on how many pets you have, you will need to decide if you want your pets to go together to one person, or if you want different pets to go to different people. Remember this will be...

April 25, 2018

Clients often ask what documents they should have in place to ensure they have properly prepared for a health care emergency, illness, or passing.  In short, if you own property, are getting older or if you have dependants, there are three documents you should prepare...

February 13, 2018

An Estate Plan is the process of planning in advance what you would like done with your property, your finances, and your health should you become incapacitated or in the event of your death. In Alberta, there are three documents that commonly make up an Estate Plan. T...

January 20, 2018

Your personal directive gives you the ability to name a person you trust to have legal authority to make decisions on your behalf, if you become critically ill or injured.

July 13, 2016

Without a will, a person is said to die intestate. This does not mean all their property is forfeited to the government. It means that provincial intestate rules in the province in which the deceased lived will dictate how assets will be distributed. In the absence of...

June 7, 2016

Prior to creating your Will, Power of Attorney and Personal Directive you will need to begin gathering information and making important decisions.  The information below will guide you through the planing process.  

GENERAL INFORMATION

In addition to your personal i...

April 12, 2016

Did you know that in an effort to encouraged the public to write a will, or bring their existing will up to date, the government in British Columbia has declared April 10-16 'Make a Will Week'?

The need to properly plan is not unique to British Columbians.  Albertans al...