No matter what stage of life you are at, it’s wise to plan for the future of your loved ones. A properly drafted will can give you peace of mind, knowing that your assets will be in safe hands and that your loved ones will be taken care of after your time. Whether you’ve just got married, separated from your spouse, suffering from a life-threatening illness had a child or planning to retire, you need to make corresponding changes to your will or estate plan. Seabrook McLeod and Associates understands this can be confusing and complicated, so we will handle your legal needs in a practical and sensitive way.
Trustworthy and Experienced Lawyers
An experienced lawyer can help you understand the risks and benefits, and guide you with the best legal solution. Contact our lawyers at Seabrook McLeod and Associates in Delta to help you with wills, representation agreements and powers of attorney. We have around 30 years of experience and will work on what you want for your family or loved ones to ensure their security. You can rely on us for:
Enduring powers of attorney
Applications for a grant of probate or letters of administration
Contested estate matters
Appointing a Committee or an Enduring Power of Attorney
We don’t know when life throws us a curveball. It is important to appoint trustworthy people to make decisions on your behalf regarding your property should you be incapable of handling your assets due to a serious injury or illness. An enduring power of attorney gives the person you appoint the right to make decisions on your behalf when you are no longer physically or mentally capable to make them yourselves. If protection of your property is what you seek, a committee of estate might be the better solution for you. As committee of estate, your spouse would be granted the right to make decisions regarding your jointly-owned property when you are no longer physically or mentally able to be part of the decision-making process. Turn to the lawyers at Seabrook McLeod and Associates to help you appoint an enduring power of attorney or a committee.