Making a Will

FAQs on this topic are provided in a booklet. This booklet explains what is involved in making a Will.

The purpose of writing a Will is to pass on your belongings to your loved ones according to your wishes and with as few problems as possible. If you die without a Will, it’s often more costly, complicated, and time-consuming to settle your estate, and this booklet describes some common examples.

This booklet gives general information only, not legal advice. It is not a do-it-yourself guide. For that, you need a more detailed self-help publication or legal advice. See the last few pages of this booklet for information on where to get this this help.

Click here to view or download and print this booklet.
See also CPLEA’s: Wills Checklist

The Public Trustee As The Representative Of A Deceased Person’s Estate.
See: http://humanservices.alberta.ca/documents/opt-deceased-persons-public-trustee-as-representative-of-estate.pdf
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