During this time of social distancing, there are methods to validly sign estate planning documents to enable clients to finalize their personal planning while still remaining safe.
Heritage Law is still working with clients to get their estate plans organized during social distancing. To proceed, the steps are: 1. Fill out our online questionnaire: https://www.bcheritagelaw.com/new-cli…/estate-planning-file/ and scan to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax us two pieces of ID to 778-786-0616 2. Review various estate planning options which may apply to your family, including pricing: [...]
Giving back can take many forms, from donating to a worthwhile charity to helping your neighbor dig his car out of the snow. Whether it’s donating money or goods or volunteering time or services, contributing to a worthwhile cause feels good. For most people, the primary motivation for a donation is the sincere belief in [...]
Pursuant to the Wills, Estates and Succession Act, S.B.C. 2009, c. 13 (“WESA”), ss. 36-40: the will must be in writing; the will must be signed at its end by the will-maker; the signature must be made or acknowledged by the will-maker in the presence of two or more witnesses who are present at the [...]
Nicole is training Department of Justice lawyers on the basics of will drafting for the DoJ pro bono wills clinic for low income seniors.
You can help a charity of your choice by making charitable gifts as part of your estate planning. Planned gifts are deeply appreciated by the charities that receive them and can provide significant tax benefits to you and your estate. Ways you can give a legacy for a charity: In your Will – You can [...]