Heritage Law

220 – 545 Clyde Avenue
West Vancouver, BC V7T 1C5

Phone: 778-786-0615
Fax: 778-786-0616
Email: info@bcheritagelaw.com

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Office for Rent at Heritage Law West Vancouver Location

Large window office and secretarial work station for rent for $3000/month, located at Suite 220 - 545 Clyde Ave, West Vancouver (at the corner of Taylor Way). Flexible and month to month terms available. Available furnished or unfurnished. Available services are: reception (call answering, receipt and dispatch of mail and couriers), word processing, bookkeeping, secretarial [...]

By | July 3rd, 2012|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Office for Rent at Heritage Law West Vancouver Location

Planned Gifts – Consider Giving a Legacy to Charity in Your Estate Planning

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 [...]

By | June 12th, 2012|Estate Planning, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Planned Gifts – Consider Giving a Legacy to Charity in Your Estate Planning

BC Court Divides Couple’s Donor Sperm Stored at Fertility Clinic

  The BC Supreme Court recently ordered that the donor sperm stored at a fertility clinic for a lesbian couple should be equally divided between them when they separated – with the result that the donor sperm could be used for insemination of a new spouse. To see the judgment in J.C.M. v. A.N.A., 2012 [...]

By | May 2nd, 2012|Family Law, Reproductive Law, Uncategorized|Comments Off on BC Court Divides Couple’s Donor Sperm Stored at Fertility Clinic

Getting Married? Time to Update your Will

  If you have a Will, getting married automatically revokes your Will, unless the Will contains a declaration that it is made in contemplation of the marriage . Without a new Will, your estate would pass on an intestacy, undoing  all the organization you did to get your previous estate planning in place.   Moving [...]

By | March 19th, 2012|Estate Planning, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Getting Married? Time to Update your Will