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About Wills and Estates

Your will is your primate estate planning document that speaks to your wishes at the date of your death. It outlines your unique instructions for how you intend for your estate to be handled or distributed, who you wish to handle such distribution, and who you choose to be appointed as guardians for your minor children. In certain circumstances, a Testamentary Trust within your will may also be appropriate for a minor child who is a beneficiary. At AG Lawfirm, we fully discuss those circumstances with you and advise you on what suits you best.

Without a Will, your assets will be distributed according to legislation which may not be according to your wishes and could result in higher administration costs. It is also crucial to review your Will on a regular basis to ensure that it remains according to your interests or whenever your life circumstances change, such as financial changes, marriage, or the birth of a child. 
At AG Lawfirm, we review individual life circumstances to provide you with the best suited estate planning options that are based on your needs and the applicable legislation. 

Estates Law

An Estate Executor and Trustee is the person or corporation appointed as being responsible for the proper handling and distribution of a deceased estate. The duties and responsibilities can be difficult or overwhelming while one is still grieving. At AG Lawfirm, we can advise, assist and guide you through the administration process if you have been appointed as an Estate Executor and Trustee. 

Our services include, but are not limited to:

1. Applying for a Certificate of Appointment of Estate Trustee (with or without a Will);
2. Assisting with the converting of assets and the distributing to beneficiaries;
3. Passing of accounts; and
4. Representing you in claims against the estate