Most wills in Alberta pass through a process known as probate. Probate can be overwhelming without experienced legal assistance. Call us.
A grant of probate and a grant of administration serve similar purposes, but in different circumstances.
The costs of preparing your estate & administering it in probate can dramatically decrease the amount left for your beneficiary. Learn more.
It helps to understand where others have gone wrong to avoid making the same mistakes other executors have made when probating in Alberta.
Learn how a personal representative can legally spend estate funds in this complete guide to executor fees in Alberta. Call us today.
When you are appointed as an estate executor, you have a legal obligation to settle the estate as soon as reasonably possible. Learn more.
Some people in Alberta take steps to avoid probate when estate planning, and we will share five main ways used to achieve this. Read on.
It’s important to obtain a grant of probate as soon as possible after the death of a loved one but do you need a lawyer? Learn more.
The probate of an estate in Alberta can be an emotionally trying procedure, especially after the loss of a loved one. Call us today.
Some disputes end up in estate litigation, and the personal representative & beneficiary may require a Alberta estate lawyer. Call us.
Some disputes end up in estate litigation, and the personal representative & beneficiary may require an estate lawyer in Alberta. Call us.
Estate planning in Alberta is an essential task if you have assets to your name as it protects not only these assets but the beneficiaries.
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