Go to Top

Introduction

There is more to estate planning than just writing up a will. You may need to consider establishing a testamentary trust, signing powers of Attorney, guardianship and consideration of you estate and non-estate assets. 

When you have a family it becomes all about your children and their future… don’t let your family become a statistic!

We have all heard stories of family dramas when the surviving family is left with assets falling into the wrong hands because proper planning was not put in place, leaving unnecessary legal costs and relationship breakdowns, it could be as simple as a will not being updated after a divorce.

We have great partnerships with legal and tax experts to get your entire estate plan underway, which will work in with your comprehensive insurance plan so you and your family will be prepared in the event the unforseen happens.

For more information on estate planning, click here.