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  • Plan your Estate with an Enduring Power of Attorney

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    An Enduring Power of Attorney allows you to plan for the administration of your affairs in the event that you become permanently or temporarily mentally incapacitated. It differs from a Last Will and Testament, which only becomes effective upon your death, and is necessary to ensure your assets are dealt with accordingly in such situations […]

  • Personal Directive Vs. A Will

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    A Will determines how a person’s property will be divided upon death, and a personal directive grants authority to an individual to make decisions on another’s behalf regarding non-financial matters before death. Planning for the unexpected, such as death and mental incapacity, is one of the best investments you can make.  During times of crisis, […]

  • What does a Real Estate Lawyer do

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    A real estate lawyer will assist with the preparation and understanding of the purchase or buy contract, ensuring you have all the necessary legal components required, while protecting your best interests. For the majority of individuals, the purchase or sale of a home is the largest financial transaction in their lifetime. The role of a […]