Making a Will in BC: A Step-by-Step Guide

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  • When: Tuesday, October 3, 2023 at 7:00 PM Coordinated Universal Time
  • Length: 60 minutes
  • Where: Online, via webinar

To mark Make-A-Will week in British Columbia, we’ll take you step-by-step through the process of making or updating your will. We’re delighted to welcome back lawyers Brandi Stocks and Michael Scott and notary public David Watts to guide us through how to make a will. This practical session will cover the will-making process from start to finish so you can identify exactly what stage you’re at and what you need to do next. Whether you’re about to make your first will or you’re updating an existing one, this webinar will help you gain the clarity and confidence you need to move forward. Please join us on Tuesday, October 3, 2023 at noon PT to have the opportunity to have your questions about wills answered. 


Brandi Stocks

Brandi Stocks is a lawyer with the Public Guardian and Trustee in the Child and Youth Services Division.

Michael Scott

Michael Scott is a lawyer at Clark Wilson LLP in Vancouver. He practices in estates and trusts and elder law. He is passionate about helping individuals work through their estate planning options by simplifying complex legal principles to ensure the decisions they make about wealth transfer, business succession, incapacity and disability are well-informed ones.

David Watts

David Watts is a notary public in Vancouver. In his notary practice, he helps clients prepare wills and personal planning documents, buy and sell real estate, and notarize documents. He has been a director of the Society of Notaries Public of BC since 2011. He is a past director of People’s Law School and continues to be a speaker on wills and other topics.

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