McLarty Wolf adheres to all provincial health recommendations in operating its office in downtown Vancouver. Our lawyers and paralegals both work in our office and at times remotely to ensure our clients’ needs are satisfied. We continue to attend court hearings, mediations and examinations for discovery. We are also available for client meetings at our office, with appropriate safeguards, or via video conference.
Under B.C. law, a spouse or child of a person who leaves a will that is believed to inadequately provide support can request that a court modify the terms of the will. Section 601 of the Wills, Estates and Succession Act (WESA) permits the court to change the terms of the will if, in the
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