Wills, Estates, and Estate Administration
Cummins Beaudoin Lawyers will gladly prepare your formal Will, Power of Attorney and Personal Directive documents. Having these important documents in place ensures that you have the peace of mind that comes with having a sound estate plan in place in the event you become incapacitated or deceased.
A properly crafted Will ensures that you are able to make decisions regarding: who administers your estate, who will be the guardian of your minor children, how your estate assets are distributed, and provide funeral instructions, among other things. Without a will, a third-party will make these types of decisions on your behalf without your input.
In the event that you become physically or mentally incapacitated, an Enduring Power of Attorney enables you to appoint specific person to make financial decisions on your behalf and provides your Attorney with specific instructions. Similarly, a Personal Directive provides instructions and appoints an Agent to make personal health care and related decisions on your behalf when you are unable to do so for yourself.
The lawyers at Cummins Beaudoin are happy to prepare any or all of these documents as well as assist with estate administration matters
Cummins Beaudoin Lawyers are here to assist you with your residential or commercial real estate needs. Our team is experienced in various types of real estate transactions which have taken place throughout the province. If you are buying or selling property for business or personal use, or require assistance in mortgaging or refinancing, contact our office for reliable and effective legal assistance.