Strategic Legal Advice For Estate Planning, Administration And Litigation
Contemplating future plans in view of death or incapacity is not pleasant, but it is a sound investment. With the right legal tools and advice, estate planning and administration are the means to ensure your wishes and spare loved ones of financial and legal complications.
Comprehensive Estate Plans That Protect Your Wishes Now And In Future
Campbell Redmond has been serving residents in Surrey, Langley and Delta, British Columbia, since 1992. Our lawyers do not simply provide formulaic drafting of legal papers. We take the time to provide each client with a personalized estate planning session. We will listen to your goals, answer questions, and fully explain your options.
We use strategies aimed at protecting your true wishes not only after death, but also in case you ever suddenly become unable to express yourself. Our lawyers are experienced in using every legal means available to help avoid future complications or litigation. Some of the tools we recommend include:
- Powers of attorney for financial and legal affairs
- Representation agreements for health and personal care
- Other legal strategies such as joint tenancy and charitable giving to reduce or eliminate tax and probate costs
We Take Over The Burden Of Estate Administration
Even with a comprehensive estate plan in place, administering an estate after death is often time-consuming, detailed and complicated. Our firm can take over the burden for bereaved family members and close estate matters accurately and efficiently. We will:
- Validate the will
- Locate and notify beneficiaries
- Identify and distribute assets
Legal Representation When Estate Disputes Arise
Our lawyers can also help whether you are currently experiencing a will contest or if a dispute arises during your estate planning. We can provide legal advice and representation for such complex estate litigation issues as:
- Improperly drafted or unclear estate documents
- Will variations to change the terms of a will
- Claims that the deceased was wrongly influenced or mentally incapable
- Wrong conduct or breach of duty by executors and trustees
Plan For The Future By Consulting Today
Take the first step to arrange your affairs. Our lawyers are ready to advise and guide you through the process. Call 888-398-2966 or fill our online form to arrange a consultation.