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Wednesday April 10, 2019

Make A Will Week

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April 7 to 13, 2019 is “Make a Will Week” in British Columbia, which encourages the public to make a Will or bring an existing Will up-to-date.

This message is extremely important for everyone. A Will is the best way to ensure that your estate is distributed to your loved ones. If you pass away without a Will, your estate may not be distributed in the manner you would have liked, and can cost your loved ones thousands of dollars in legal and administration fees.

The below document outlines what happens if you do not have an Estate Plan when you pass away.

What happens if you don’t have an Estate Plan?

 

To get started on a Will or bring your existing Will up-to-date, please click here.

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