Wills and Estates
No one likes to think about their own death –or that of a loved one. But having a Will, or determining a Power of Attorney are important ways to care for yourself and your family should the unthinkable occur.
A Matter of Vital Importance
Will planning is vital in order to distribute your estate in a way that reflects your intentions and wishes. If you die without a will, the law will determine how your estate is distributed.
Valentin Erikson can assist you with making the difficult but important decisions in regards to your estate so that your loved ones will have the peace of mind that they deserve. Mr. Erikson can help with the preparation of your last Will and Testament and ensure that your estate is distributed in accordance with your wishes.
Comprehensive estate planning and determining the transfer of your wealth will give you peace of mind. Having clerked at the Tax Court of Canada and worked with the Minister of National Revenue for several years, Mr. Erikson knows how you and your beneficiaries can take advantage of all available tax saving strategies.
We will also discuss the importance of having Powers of Attorney in place for both Property and your Personal Care.
Frequently Asked Questions on Wills
◦ To ensure that the beneficiaries are current.
◦ To ensure that new assets do not fall into the residue of the Estate.
◦ To ensure your Estate is administered in a cost-efficient manner and maximizes the inheritance received by the beneficiary(ies)