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1703 Lakeshore Road West, Mississauga, Ontario L5J 1J4, Canada

​Barrister & Solicitor, Notary Public

​Barrister & Solicitor, Notary Public

​Barrister & Solicitor, Notary Public​Barrister & Solicitor, Notary Public​Barrister & Solicitor, Notary Public

Wills & Estates​

We understand the importance of planning ahead. It is essential that you have and maintain an up-to-date Will, estate plan, and the selection of those individuals or institutions to properly administer your estate. 
Rest assured that, as with other areas of our practice, all Wills and Estates services are executed in a professional, respectful and timely fashion. 


Last Will & Testament

A properly drafted Will ultimately provides for a sound, timely, and cost-effective distribution of your estate according to your intentions not Provincial Legislation.
We offer a complimentary review of an existing Will that may be outdated due to changes in circumstances or changes in relevant laws. We look forward to meeting with you to answer questions about your existing Will or discuss the importance of having a properly drafted Last Will and Testament. 


Estate planning is necessary to ensure that your wishes are carried out at death. Family considerations, stipulations for dependants and people important to you, along with the completion of contractual obligations, as applicable, need to be addressed when planning your estate.

In assisting you with the planning of your estate, we will:

· Organize your worldly affairs in a time-effective and cost-conscious fashion;
· Prepare your assets for administration after death; and 
· Provide advice and prepare to administer your estate as per your wishes. 

Powers of Attorney

A Continuing Power of Attorney for Property authorizes someone to make decisions and perform transactions relating to your property and finances on your behalf when you are unable to do so.  

A Power of Attorney for Personal Care authorizes someone to make decisions on your behalf, when you are unable to do so, concerning personal care, including health care, nutrition, shelter, clothing, hygiene and safety, and to give or refuse consent to medical treatment.  

Estate Administration & Trusts

Estate administration and distribution occurs after death, typically by your appointed executor(s). Our job is to assist the executor(s) in the distribution and administration of your estate. We provide any legal support or clarification on your specific instructions that your executor(s) may need.