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Dealing with estate administration without a written will

There are many steps involved in managing a person's assets, liabilities and affairs after they pass away. When no formal estate plan or will is left, this can make the estate administration process more complex. In British Columbia, the term for passing away without a valid will is dying "intestate." Fortunately, there are legal options available when this happens.

Understanding special, limited and durable power of attorney

Most individuals recognize the importance of naming someone to handle matters on their behalf should they be unable to do so themselves. But does a power of attorney really need to be a single person given permission to access all financial management decisions? For British Columbia families or individuals looking to have another person take on individual tasks, a special power of attorney may be useful to explore.

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