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Making a Will in British Columbia (Webinar)

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You know you need to make a will. Or update the one you have. But it may feel like there are just too many steps to get it done. Who inherits what? What happens to your children? Is there a form you can start with?

We’ve heard your questions, and we have answers. In the spirit of encouraging British Columbians to make a will during British Columbia’s Make-a-Will Week, People's Law School is hosting a free 60-minute webinar to give you the information you need so you can take your next step.

Lawyer Michael Scott of Clark Wilson LLP, notary public David Watts, and lawyer Brandi Stocks of the Public Guardian and Trustee will answer common questions about wills, including questions about how to choose an executor, plan around incapacity, and provide for your children. Plan for an hour well spent learning what’s involved — and what to think about — in making a will.

This webinar was held on October 8, 2020.

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