Wills and Powers of Attorney

Wills and Powers of Attorney

A Will is a document that tells everyone what happens to your property after you die. More importantly, it says who is in charge of your property when you die. A Power of Attorney for Property is a document where you appoint someone to look after your money and property if you lose the ability to deal with them yourself. A Powers of Attorney for Personal Care is a document where you appoint someone to look after you if you become unable to look after yourself.

At Langford Law Offices, Brad will meet with you in your in your first meeting and will review your situation. He will go through your concerns. He will discuss charitable giving, and special aspects of your situation that may need special care. He will then write up your will and powers of attorney himself. He will meet with you to review and explain what he has written for you, and will witness you signing them.

Brad has experience in drafting advanced insurance trusts and disability trusts. He has prepared wills with complex private company and farm estate planning issues. If you are unable to get in to his office, Brad will come to you to meet with you, and come to you to sign your will, and will even bring a witness. If you prefer, you can tell him what you want to do over the phone or the internet, and he can write up your papers and come to you to sign your papers.

If you do not have a will or powers of attorney, or want to update your old will, call Langford Law Offices at (519) 360-1740, or e-mail Brad at blangford@langfordlawoffice.ca or Shirley at sglassford@langfordlawoffice.ca for an appointment.