A will lets you make decisions that will be carried out after your death. If you die without a will, the laws of your province or territory will determine what happens to your assets. This resource lists what you should keep in mind when preparing or updating your will. It is part of the Canadian Bar Association’s Reaching Equal Justice initiative that provides the public with tools and checklists to help you avoid legal problems or prevent them from becoming worse.
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