Introduction Until recently, New Brunswick law required that individuals meet in the physical presence of witnesses – and in certain cases, lawyers – to execute a valid Will or Enduring Power of Attorney. On December 18, 2020, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, which made in-person meetings more difficult and less safe, the New Brunswick […]read more
Estates & Trusts
Our estates and trusts lawyers have a broad range of experience in estate planning and the administration of estates and trusts. Across Atlantic Canada, we provide both personal and business clients with considered advice on:
- Proper organization of their affairs to preserve capital and minimize taxes.
- Planning for incapacity through the use of enduring powers of attorney, health care directives and living wills.
- The use of holding companies and the effective treatment of foreign or multi-jurisdictional assets.
The checklist below will serve as a helpful tool.
Estate Planning Preparation – Checklist
We also advise estate trustees, executors, administrators and/or beneficiaries regarding all litigious or potentially litigious matters relating to estates. For details, visit Estate Litigation.