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Fort McMurray’s Comprehensive Estate Planning Lawyers

Having a lawyer assist you with the preparation and execution of your Will is one of the most common reasons a person will have to contact a law firm. There are several lawyers in our firm that can help you prepare and draft your Last Will and Testament. If you would like to meet with us to discuss the particulars of your Will or have any questions, please contact us at suzanne@flettmanningmoore.com or call 780‑799‑9290 (evening and weekend appointments are available).


Estate Planning goes beyond the basic preparation of Wills and may also include one or more of the following:

  • Personal Directives: sometimes referred to as a “Living Will”; a Personal Directive provides direction to family, friends and medical professionals as to how to care for you should you become incapacitated due to injury or illness and be unable to communicate;
  • Enduring Power of Attorneys: similar to a Personal Directive, an Enduring Power of Attorney provides instructions dealing with your finances if you are unable to communicate due to injury or illness;
  • Succession Planning: if you operate a business, Estate Planning also involves a thorough examination as to the best strategy to document the future of your business interests and investments. In consultation with your accounting advisors it may be prudent to address corporate restructuring, estate freezing and business succession planning.

COMPREHENSIVE ESTATE PLANNING

In speaking with a lawyer about comprehensive Estate Planning, many topics will be covered. Your instructions will ultimately provide guidance with respect to everything from the types of investments you have, including insurance policies and available tax benefits, to creating Trusts for spouses and minors and guardianship arrangements for children and grandchildren.


If this is your first time dealing with these concepts, our lawyers will simplify the process for you by providing a framework with which to receive your instructions and ensure all documents reflect your priorities and goals. If you have dealt with Estate Planning before, our lawyers are able to follow your instructions and prepare the necessary paperwork you require to provide protection for you and your family.

ESTATE DISPUTES

What’s your entitlement when a family member dies? When a family member dies, there is often much uncertainty remaining about how the estate is to be administered, and who will be appointed to manage the estate, especially if there is no Will. Further, there may be issues as to whether estate assets are being properly managed. Our lawyers will help you to determine your entitlements under the law.

CONTACT FLETT MANNING MOORE FOR ESTATE PLANNING LAW

If you need advice or know you need legal representation for an estate matter, contact Flett Manning Moore at 780‑799‑9290 or info@flettmanningmoore.com.

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