zachary rogers

There is no Will – What Happens if my Minor Children Survive Me?

Zachary Rogers, AssociateClark Wilson LLP Under the the Wills, Estates and Succession Act (WESA), there is a mandatory distribution scheme for estates when an individual dies without a will. However, what happens to the guardianship and inheritance of your minor children, if you die without a will? Guardianship of Minor Children Under British Columbia’s Family […]

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Sandy Abley, Money Coach and Consultant

What Happens When You Die Without A Will?

Sandy Abley, Money Coach and ConsultantThe Wealth Doc According to a recent survey by Lawyers’ Professional Indemity Co. (LawPro), the majority of Canadians (56%) do not have a signed Will. There are various reasons for this: people feel they are too young, they don’t have a lot of assets, they don’t want to think about […]

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Jessica Lo
Manager Estate Planning & Lawyer

What is an Executor and Who Should I Name?

Jessica Lo, Manager of Estate Planning & LawyerSolus Trust Company Limited While you have probably heard that is important to have a proper Will, note that good planning under that Will includes naming a good executor.  The executor is critical to carrying out of the Will-maker’s wishes as this person will be legally responsible for […]

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A Message from the Chairs

Aimée Lindenberger Co-ChairCanadian Association of Gift Planners Greater Vancouver Chapter Jane WestheuserCo-ChairCanadian Association of Gift Planners Greater Vancouver Chapter Mike ToddChairLeave a Legacy Committee Greater Vancouver Is there a bright side to the COVID-19 pandemic? Is it possible that in this time where much of the busy-ness of day-to-day life has fallen to the wayside, […]

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