Toronto Estate Lawyers Assisting Clients with Wills



A complete estate plan, including a current, valid will, is of utmost importance to protect the well-being and financial security of your heirs in the event of your death.

The experienced estate lawyers at NULaw and its predecessors have been helping clients plan for the future since 1953. Whether you require a simple will or a complex estate plan involving primary and secondary wills, we can assist you every step of the way.

We will ensure that your estate is not unduly depleted by probate fees and taxes, leaving a larger estate for your heirs. We can help you choose an appropriate executor for your estate, whether it is a family member, trustworthy friend, or trust company. Our lawyers are also available to act as executors if you wish.

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A well-written, carefully thought-out, and up-to-date will can ensure that your estate will be distributed per your wishes, should mitigate future financial risk, and can minimize conflict amongst heirs and beneficiaries.

The lawyers at NULaw regularly advise clients on wills and related matters. We will work closely with you to draft a new will, or can re-draft an existing will made by another lawyer to reflect any changes you wish to make. Additionally, we are happy to offer a free basic review of any will drafted by our lawyers to ensure it continues to meet your needs for years to come. With our trusted assistance, you can be assured that your wishes will be carried out. We also offer safe and secure storage of wills for no additional charge.

Knowledgeable Toronto Estate Lawyers Helping Clients Proactively Plan for their Future

Contact NULaw in Toronto to obtain effective legal guidance with all of your estate planning needs, including wills and powers of attorney. An experienced estate lawyer can help you achieve your long-term goals and objectives, and plan ahead to protect yourself and your loved ones. Contact us online or at 416-481-5604 to book a consultation today.

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