Whether you have a lot of property or you have little, it is important above all that it is passed on to those to whom it is intended at the time of your death. Isn't it reassuring to know that when your death will sadden your loved ones, you will have everything planned to avoid complications for them?READ MORE ABOUT WILLS
MANDATE IN CASE OF INCAPACITY
The prospect of losing the ability to decide for oneself is no joy for anyone. However, no one is immune to a serious accident or illness that could deprive him of the use of his intellectual faculties. If such a misfortune struck you, who would take care of you and your property?READ MORE ABOUT MANDATES IN CASE OF INCAPACITY
Since the entry into force of the new Civil Code of Quebec, the settlement of an estate is, more than ever, a delicate and complex process. The law provides for the transmission of the rights of a deceased person to their heirs and imposes precise rules in order to liquidate the succession.READ MORE ABOUT INHERITANCE SETTLEMENT
Consult your notary without delay! Indeed, the notary informs you and advises you, always taking into account the interest of the person to be protected. For you, he can take all the necessary steps and prepare, if necessary, the mandatory procedures to ensure the preservation of the rights of all concerned.