Wills & Estates Law

Wills & Estates Law


It is never too early to start thinking about and planning for what happens to you and your property after you die. Estate planning will give you peace of mind that your loved ones will know what to do with your property and can help avoid the unfortunate situation of loved ones fighting over your property. No matter the size of your estate, it can help your loved ones organize your affairs after your passing. Navigating this area may be difficult, but you do not have to manage on your own. Our lawyers will advise you to ensure your wishes are properly documented.

Estate planning also encompasses planning for incapacity, that is, when you are no longer capable of managing your person or property, including finances. Your health may decline rapidly, and it may give you peace of mind knowing your wishes regarding your health, should you become incapable, are well-managed by someone you trust and that your wishes regarding your health are respected.

At Cote & Evans Trial Lawyers, we can help you prepare for all parts of estate planning and litigation, including:

  • Drafting and executing a will,
  • Drafting and executing a power of attorney,
  • Drafting and executing a representation Agreement,
  • Preparing committeeship applications,
  • Executing advanced directives or living wills,
  • Preparing applications for grants of probate or administration, and
  • Preparing claims to vary a will.

For more information on wills and estate planning for you or a loved one, contact us today at Cote & Evans Trial Lawyers.


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