Dealing with the death of a loved one is always difficult. The emotional turmoil is hard enough, without adding estate disputes into the equation. That’s why in Canada, estate planning is essential to help make such a difficult time easier to bear. That’s why so many people set up a trust – an legal “body” which holds your assets, and allows you to disperse them while still alive.
Resolve Estate Disputes
Sadly, not all trustees and executors are “trust” worthy – and that’s where VIP Investigations can help. Our professional staff has been helping clients resolve estate disputes for years. We know Canada’s laws regarding estate planning, setting up trusts and executing wills. When worse comes to worst, we know how to successfully contests a will in Canada’s courts, too.
How to Contest a Will in Canada
There are three “main” types of wills: a Last Will and Testament; a Living Will; and General Durable Power of Attorney. After determining the type of will your dearly departed has employed, VIP Investigations can determine if the trustees and executors are legally doing what they’re supposed to be doing – and if you’re entitled to more than what you’ve received. Our discreet investigations have led to the resolution of estate disputes in the past, and we will help you when you need it most.
Knowing Canada’s laws about estate planning can save you time and money. We can help. We’re proud to have been the Consumer’s Choice Award winner for more than five years! Contact the V.I.P. Investigations Detective Agency today at (514) 238-8847 for more information about the roles of trustees and executors.