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Make sure to understand the duties of an executor before probate

When a British Columbia resident with a will dies, certain tasks must be completed in order to close the estate. Those responsibilities fall to the person named as executor. Failing to complete the tasks -- and complete them properly -- could cause issues for that person. For this reason, it would be a good idea to understand the duties to be carried about prior to starting the probate.

A child may need representation in wills and estates litigation

Providing for minor children is often one of the primary reasons that British Columbia parents make arrangements to take care of them in case the parents die. When parents pass leaving children behind, they are helpless to protect their own interests during any wills and estates litigation. They cannot legally advocate for themselves or even hold property.

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