Helping North Vancouver Protect Their Loved Ones Every Day
Have you been putting off planning for the future? Afraid your loved ones won’t have the right support when it matters most? At Paperclip Law, we know just how important will and estate planning is when it comes to protecting your family, as well as how it can feel to confront “what happens next”. Servicing the Greater Vancouver Region, including North Vancouver, our team is proud to partner with clients from all backgrounds and walks of life to make sure their loved ones have everything they need during a different time of grieving and transition.
Whether you’re ready to take your first steps towards estate planning or simply need to update your current documentation to reflect recent changes, Paperclip Law is here to help.
Wills & Probate At Paperclip Law
The simple fact of the matter is, while no one wants to think about leaving those they love behind, failing to plan ahead can ultimately lead to far more stress and heartache in the event of your passing. Working with an experienced legal team makes it easy to ensure that everyone is protected by a Will that clearly communicates your wishes, handles any outstanding debts, and distributes the estate as headache-freely as possible. Our team of legal experts are happy to sit down with you to design a custom plan that’s right for your needs today, as well as your loved ones in the future.
At Paperclip Law, we believe that Will and Estate Law should be accessible for everyone, not a source of fear. We’re here to guide you through every step and will always make sure you have full confidence that your final wishes are upheld through the allocation of your estate’s assets and debts.
Paperclip Law’s will and estate services include:
Incapacity and lifetime planning ensures there is a clear directive for your wishes should an unexpected health issue arise. If you become unable to handle your own legal affairs, having a plan in place guarantees that your chosen representative, medical team, and other related individuals have clear directions to follow.
Legal documents and considerations in this area include:
- Powers of attorney
- Representation agreements for health care
- Living Wills
- Committee applications (for those who are no longer capable of managing their affairs, but have not or cannot appoint a power of attorney)
Estate planning encompasses all details pertaining to the allocation of your personal assets upon your passing. Having the right documentation and structure in place helps to protect beneficiaries against any unnecessary confusion or stress during this difficult and emotional time.
- Wills (General Wills and Restricted Wills)
- Life insurance trusts
- Acting as an executor or trustee in your will or trust
- Serving as an alternate executor or trustee as needed