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Wills: When an adult child and executor lives abroad

Having a comprehensive estate plan is a wise move for every individual, especially when children are involved. British Columbia residents, however, who have adult children living stateside should have another look at their wills to ensure all legal aspects are met and that there won't be issues when the time comes for those wills to come into play, especially when that adult child is not only a beneficiary, but also an executor. Getting over some of the hurdles may be time-consuming and expensive.

Wills: Keeping the peace in British Columbia families

Talking about an inheritance may not be the easiest discussion parents will ever have with their adult children. Speaking to children about wills and other estate planning documents may not be pleasant, but it is necessary. British Columbia residents who want to keep peace in their families when they're gone should really discuss who will be getting what when the time comes and give their children the chance to weigh in with their thoughts and feelings.

Estate administration and estate planning for common law couples

Some couples may have lived together for years, yet choose to remain unmarried. Things are different today than they were decades ago and it has become socially acceptable for couples to live in common law unions. But some things still aren't so easy for such couples and one of them involves estate planning so that estate administration in British Columbia can be as seamless as possible when the time comes.

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