Importance of a Will
Dangers of Do-It-Yourself
Drafting of your
Fighting a Will
POWER OF ATTORNEY
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Your will is the legal foundation through which you are capable of
better insuring the financial security of your loved ones upon your
death. It enables you to impose some degree of control over the
management and disposition of your financial affairs upon death (thereby
avoiding the intervention of the court in the determination of your
financial disposition, when the court lacks personal knowledge of your
wants and desires).
Given that this particular legal document sets out the manner in which
your accumulated financial wealth is to be dispensed, it makes sense
that it be properly developed with the able assistance of a
knowledgeable and experienced lawyer. The role of a lawyer is even more
important when dealing with minor children or disabled children,
physical incapacities, divorces and family estrangement, and foreign
property. As such, take control by getting your will drafted correctly
to reflect your true wishes and desires.
To request more
information or to schedule an appointment with will lawyer
Christopher R. Neufeld, feel free to call 403-400-4092 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Neufeld is admitted to
practice law in Alberta (law firm mailing address: 77 Tuscany Ridge Mews NW, Calgary, Alberta).
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