Advance or Defend a Legal Claim.
We are advocates and creative problem solvers. We help protect your rights as a family member, beneficiary, executor or trustee.
We will explain the process and guide you through every step. We help you tell your story, negotiate with the other parties and advocate for you in court.
If there are concerns that a will-maker did not understand what they were doing or were unduly influenced into making a will, we help you get to the bottom of the issue.
A will-maker in British Columbia has to make fair, just, and adequate provision for their spouse and children. If a will-maker does not treat their spouse or children fairly, the court can change the will. We advise on whether a will is fair in the circumstances and help you stand up for your rights.
Wills and trusts are complex documents. We help you understand the documents and clear up ambiguities.
If there are problems with a will or a document that might be a will, we can apply to court to fix mistakes or get an order that a document be treated as the will of a deceased person.