Wills, Estate Planning and Estate Administration

The lawyers and staff at Nelson, Watson LLP recognize that the estate planning process is personal and sensitive, as is the process of administering the estate of a loved one who has passed away. Planning for what will happen when we pass on is not a “fill in the blanks” process.  It is important for families to get good legal advice in advance from lawyers who understand and are sensitive to your family’s particular situation while helping you to understand all of the potential legal and practical issues that could arise. Likewise, when a loved-one passes on, families need sensible legal advice regarding the estate administration process and assistance resolving disputes that may arise. We can advise you and represent you with respect to:

  • Drafting individuals wills and dual wills for couples
  • Powers of attorney for property
  • Powers of attorney for personal care (living wills)
  • Estate planning
  • Family trusts
  • Care for disabled adult children and other disabled dependents
  • Business succession planning
  • Estate administration, probate
  • Estate litigation

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