Monteith Lawyers - Family- Wills - Estates - Real Estate- Russ Monteith

 

Estate Planning and Administration

 


If estate documents are prepared or executed incorrectly, it can render them invalid, which means consulting an experienced estate lawyer is crucial to your peace of mind.

     
     
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Family Law - Wills
Estate Law - Real Estate
tel: 519.642.2500
fax: 519.432.0784
www.monteithlawyers.ca

W. Russell Monteith, Q.C.

monteith@execulink.com

 

  • How can I ensure that my children are provided for?
  • I'm not sure my mother can manage her own affairs anymore — how can I help?
  • My brother just passed away and I am his executor — where do I start?
  • Will my assets be protected if I lose the ability to make decisions?
  • What if I change my mind?

Wills and estates can quickly become complicated, especially during difficult times when emotions are running high. And if estate documents are prepared or executed incorrectly, it can render them invalid, which means consulting an experienced estate lawyer is crucial to your peace of mind. Depending on the situation, estate law can also involve corporate law, tax law, insurance law, and many more areas of practice. That's why Monteith Lawyers has a vast general knowledge of these fields: to make the required processes easier for you and bypass any that aren't required in your unique situation. As a client of Monteith Lawyers, you'll have access to this knowledge, and you can rest assured that you're making the right decisions for you and your loved ones. We manage the legal hurdles so you can get back to the things that matter most. Contact Russ (monteith@execulink.com) today regarding your questions about estates.