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Wills aren't just for the well-to-do -- they're for everyone

Estate planning may often be driven less by what an individual has and more in regard for loved ones left behind. Some British Columbia residents may be under the assumption that because they don't have many assets they don't need to have wills. Professionals in estate planning say this isn't the case.

Essential aspects that should be included in all wills

In the busy-ness of life, most people don't really think about their lives coming to an end, especially younger people. But when it comes to estate planning and wills, British Columbia residents really should pause and consider what it would mean to their loved ones if they died without leaving appropriate documents, especially if they have younger children. Creating a will and keeping it current really isn't all that daunting, especially when legal help is available. 

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