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Calgary Lawyers ♦ Wills And Estates

Part of effective financial and personal care planning is maintaining an up-to-date will. Estate lawyers, such as those at Calgary's Castle & Associates, offer individualized advice on the creation of an estate plan that ensures your testamentary documents give full effect to your wishes and offer protection to your beneficiaries. In addition to our work preparing wills and trusts, we are also estate litigation counsel who represent clients in courtroom proceedings.

Estate Planning Services

Our work with individuals includes the preparation of personal planning documents, such as enduring powers of attorney and personal directives, which are both designed to ensure a person has a trusted representative in place to make decisions in the event of incapacity. Our probate and estate administration work focuses on those who are required to handle the practical aspects of an estate following a passing: specifically, receiving court approval for a will and meeting legal obligations with regards to distributing estate assets and executing other provisions of the will.

Estate Litigation Services

Castle & Associates is a civil litigation law firm. We represent people who want to challenge the provisions of a will or the actions of an executor in his or her role. As a comprehensive family law firm, we are knowledgeable about the full scope of potential issues that may arise within an estate litigation lawsuit. As courtroom lawyers who regularly appear in Alberta trial courts, we know the system and how to effectively represent our clients.

Legal Services To Draft A Will, Plan And Administer Estates

To learn more about estate law in Alberta and how our firm can help you to meet your estate planning objectives, schedule a consultation appointment. Call us at 1-800-655-9680 toll free or 587-326-0128 within Calgary or contact us online.

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