Estate Planning Guide
Step 1: List everything you have. The best way to start estate planning is to take an inventory of all your assets.
Step 2: Create a plan. Once you have a record of all your things, you can start to create a plan.
Step 3: Execute the plan. Your individual situation determines how exactly this step looks.
Step 4: Keep your plan updated.
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Justice Ontario Pre-formatted-fillable – Estate Forms
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2 thoughts on “The Estate Planning Guide will cover the 4 steps of estate planning”
my husband died at Christmas. we had no children. I have both birth certificates, our marriage certificate and his death certificate.
A will kit was advised by a Lawyer I consulted. I ordered one but it must be lost in the post. I don’t believe I need a Lawyer and the one I consulted told me he makes hundreds of dollars an hour and as not necessary in the grand scheme. I am 70 and my husband John was 65 minus one week when he died.
Hello Mary, I am sorry to her about your loss. Yes, you do need a lawyer to help you. I can forward a Will planning kit. Costs vary by lawyer and their billing rate, also by how complicated someone’s Estate is. Wills can cost $500 up to $2000 or more depending upon the time required. Let me send you some information and it may help you. Peter
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