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Gold Ink Pen | McLarty Wolf Litigation Lawyers

British Columbia law sets out many different requirements1 for a last will and testament to be valid and enforceable. For example, the will must be in writing, it must be dated, must be signed and witnessed appropriately, and you must agree with the provisions in the will without feeling pressure or being misled by anyone

Litigation Consultation | McLarty Wolf Litigation Lawyers

If a loved one asks you to serve as trustee1 or executor of their estate, you will likely feel honored that they believe you are reliable and trustworthy enough to watch over their affairs after they pass away. This honorable feeling often leads too many people to rush to answer “yes” without thoroughly considering the

Woman on Wheelchair | McLarty Wolf Litigation Lawyers

In British Columbia, being totally disabled may not be enough to entitle you to benefits under a disability policy as a result of two common disability policy provisions. First, the policy typically defines the policy term “totally disabled” as your being unable to perform substantially the “whole of the duties of your regular occupation” and