The Wills and Estate Law team at Prouse, Dash & Crouch LLP has many years of specialized practice in assisting people in the preparation of their wills and in making other important estate related decisions. Wills and Estate Law includes a number of areas: estate planning, estate administration, and estate litigation. Estate planning is done while a person is alive and involves developing a plan for dealing with a person’s affairs after he or she has died. This often includes, among other things, preparing a Will and Powers of Attorney. Estate administration is done after a person has died and his or her Estate Trustee is managing, controlling, and distributing the deceased person’s estate. Estate litigation occurs after a person has died when there is a dispute as to the proper administration of his or her estate.
Our Wills and Estate lawyers, through consultation with you, will help plan and implement the strategy that best suits your needs so that you can be sure that you and your family are protected. Our Estate Litigation lawyers will provide strategic advice and direction to assist clients when a loved one has died, and the Estate Administration have many years of specialized practice in advising Executors on all matters relating to the administration of the estate.
The foregoing is a brief summary for information purposes only, and may only be applicable in the Province of Ontario. It is not intended to be legal advice. Full and complete legal advice can only be given by a lawyer who has detailed information about your individual circumstances, and is retained for such purpose.