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“I don’t want to be an executor. Too much work. Too much stress. Too much potential liability.”
“The last thing you want is for your cottage, a place of great memories, a true family treasure, to end up being a wedge that drives your family apart.”
“If you’re named executor, please get professionals involved. I don’t mean psychiatrists, though that may be a good move, too.”
“I'm still a long-term optimist, there are definitely challenges out there now, but I feel good about where we're headed.”
Current impacts from COVID-19 are prompting Canadians to consider how and where they’ll grow old and who will take care of them. Learn why having a plan in place is important.
Start the conversation about estate planning to give you and your parents peace of mind, knowing there are documents in place to ensure their wishes are met.
The Wealthy Barber says it’s important to talk to your loved ones about your estate plan and where your important documents can be found.
Here are two handy checklists of questions to address and aspects to consider.
When a family member has a disability, estate planning may be more complex. Here are two potential options to consider.
After losing her partner of 32 years, Lorraine was overwhelmed with grief. Then came the challenges of estate settlement and taking on the finances. Here’s how she found direction to get through it.