Wills Guide for Canada
|Wills Guide for Canada gives you the information you must
have in order to make your own will.
Leaving a good will is one of the most valuable gifts you can give your loved ones. It also allows you to decide for yourself who will look after your affairs and who will benefit from your hard-earned earthly wealth. If you die without making a proper, valid will, your family and relatives may become involved in expensive lawsuits or struggle through months of paperwork. Your assets will be distributed according to the law of your province, not according to your wishes.
|This book answers questions
|Whether you are a young parent wanting to do what's right for your
children, or have recently remarried and need to balance the needs of your
children from your first marriage with those of your new spouse, or even if you
have no dependents but want to ensure that your assets go to the causes or
people of your choosing, Wills Guide for Canada gives you the
information you must have.
Written by Tom Carter, LL.B. Published by Self-Counsel Press, 2001.
Please Note: Wills Guide for Canada is included in the Have You Made Your Will? Complete Kit.
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Last modified: July 8, 2002
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