Will & Trust

The reality is that all of us will die and that we have no idea when that might happen. Having a well-planned will in place will help to ensure that your family is provided for and that all assets and financial implications are taken care of in a timely manner.

Your will dictates how your estate is divided amongst beneficiaries, appoints an executor of your estate and can even be used to found a trust for under-aged beneficiaries. It is important to remember that you can appoint nearly anyone as executor of your estate – your broker, a bank, a lawyer, friend or family member – as long as they are not a beneficiary on your will.