In Canada, if you die without a Will you are considered to have died “intestate.” Simply put, this means that your provincial government decides how your assets will be divided—and not you.
With a properly constructed Will…
- You decide who the beneficiaries of your estate are and the portions they are to receive.
- You ensure your children are taken care of by the people you trust to look after them.
- You ensure the Lord’s work is supported and leave a legacy of giving.
- You can avoid costly litigation and disputes which use up more of your resources.
Without a will you are leaving those decisions in the hands of the government. That’s why it’s so important to have a properly constructed will. Contact us to get your estate planning started.