Wills & Estates Law
It is important for adults of any age to have their affairs in order, and we encourage you to revisit your estate plan every few years, particularly when there has been a significant life change, like marriage or divorce. This gives you many opportunities to adjust things accordingly when it comes to powers of attorney, setting up trusts, considering who will inherit property, and more. Getting your will and estate set up and organized in advance can help later should the unexpected occur. Reaching out to an experienced legal professional can help make more sense of the process and even produce options you may not have considered or known about beforehand.
Of course, nobody likes to talk about death. At Mann Lawyers, we respect that this can be a sensitive subject to discuss. The process of preparing a will and estate plan can, for some, lead to worries about one’s mortality. However, this is neither the intent nor the philosophy by which our wills and estates lawyers assist you in the process of creating your estate plan. Our approach is to help you be proactive and plan for later in life today and alleviate stress. Gain peace of mind by knowing all is settled and that you can make changes to your established will and estate plan later on if needed.
We can help you with the following:
- Will drafting
- Powers of attorney and living wills
- Setting up trusts (inter-vivos, testamentary, and insurance)
- Estate planning and administration
- Guardianship applications
Our wills and estates team operates on the philosophy that investing time and effort into creating a well thought-out and thorough estate plan (and the ongoing monitoring of said plan) will give peace of mind. By addressing concerns and arranging your affairs while you are capable, you will ensure that your wishes are carried out and that your loved ones are adequately cared for. You are then free to enjoy life knowing that you have a plan in place.
To learn more about our Wills and Estates service area and some of the legal issues as they may arise, please visit our blog.
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you need assistance with making sense of your will and estate plans. Our wills and estates team would be pleased to assist you in this critical area of law. To schedule an appointment, please contact us at 613-722-1500 or by email at email@example.com.