In order for a will to be valid, the maker of the will (called the “testator”) must be at least 16 years of age. He/she must also be considered to have the mental capacity to understand the nature of his/her estate and the ability to articulate his/her intentions with respect to how it will be distributed amongst the various beneficiaries. The will must also be:
You work your whole life to create an estate that will benefit your loved ones upon your death. It is important to create a will that can withstand the legal challenges that others may advance in an effort to vary its terms.
The wills and estate lawyers in Vancouver at Bronson Jones & Company LLP can draft your will to ensure that your estate is distributed in accordance with your wishes. Call us (toll free: 1-855-852-5100) to see how we can help.