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We ask that you complete this questionnaire as thoroughly as possible before we meet because it will provide us with essential information and help us to identify the items we should discuss with you.

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How does my location affect my will?

Each province has different will and power of attorney legislation, so we ask your current province to ensure your documents reflect where you live. We ask your city because it’s referenced in your will. You can update your province or city at any time in the future.

1. Contact Information
2. Will Maker #2
3. Family Members
4. Financial Information
5. Will Particulars
6. Additional Information
1. Contact Information
2. Will Maker #2
3. Family Members
4. Financial Information
5. Will Particulars
6. Additional Information
1. Contact Information
2. Will Maker #2
3. Family Members
4. Financial Information
5. Will Particulars
6. Additional Information
Father / Step-Father
Mother / Step-Mother
Brother / Step-Brother
Sister / Step-Sister
1. Contact Information
2. Will Maker #2
3. Family Members
4. Financial Information
5. Will Particulars
6. Additional Information

Registered Retirement Saving Plans

Registered Retirement Income Funds

Locked-In Retirement Account

Life income Funds

Tax Free Savings Account

Registered Education Saving Plan

Registered Disability Saving Plan

1. Contact Information
2. Will Maker #2
3. Family Members
4. Financial Information
5. Will Particulars
5. Additional Information

upon the death of the Will Maker

Entry 1
Entry 2
Entry 3
1. Contact Information
2. Will Maker #2
3. Family Members
4. Financial Information
5. Will Particulars
6. Additional Information

If you are incapacitated (or in an accident, in a hospital, have a stroke, outside of the country and your documents and wallets are stolen, etc), and you require someone else to act on your behalf, having a POA would save you time, money, and lots of grief. However, if you do NOT have a POA prepared in advance, your family would have to apply for Committee-ship, which is done through a Court proceeding, which can cost about $10,000 to $15,000 and it can take about 10 - 12 months to obtain.

Therefore, a Power of Attorney would allow you to appoint someone whom you trust, so he/she can have the legal authority to do anything regarding your financial and legal matters. A Power of Attorney that continues despite any subsequent incapacity on your part is called an Enduring Power of Attorney, which can only be terminated when you decide to revoked it while capable or upon your death,

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Two Notary Office Locations (Langley & Aldergrove)

In order to serve you better, beside the main office in Langley (Willoughby area), we also have a 2nd office in Aldergrove, which is open "by appointment only" and can accomodate clients even after working hours.

Langley Notary Office:

(9am to 5pm & after 5pm by appointment only)

#102 – 6396 197th St Langley, BC V2Y 2T2
604-427-4279

Aldergrove Notary Office:

(by appointment only)

26310 Fraser Highway, Unit 800,
Aldergrove, BC V4W 2Z7
604-375-2679

Relentless Pursuit Of Providing Excellent Notary Services In Langley area

Lilian Cazacu has been providing high-quality notary public services to the Langley community and continues to dedicate his time to helping and educating Langley residents on various non-contentious legal matters.

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