Dealing with missing wills, or have family that died without a will?

When a loved one has died without a will, you require the background that a top Edmonton lawyer can offer with decades of professional experience in handling such estate matters. The top estate lawyers offer sound legal advice when initiating estate probate litigation. Edmonton estate planning lawyers can guide you and your family through this process from beginning to end.

The Best Edmonton Lawyers are Alberta’s advocates for those having survived the loss of a loved one with a missing will

Experienced legal advice for clients seeking probate litigation support in Edmonton is afforded by professional and reputable advocacy. Top lawyers help to administer legal documents through the probate court process for their client’s to become executor and begin the distribution of assets from your loved one’s estate. They work diligently to resolve claims in as timely a manner as possible to allow their clients the grieving period each individual deserves after the passing of a loved one.

Update your estate planning legal documents and review existing wills with Top Edmonton lawyers

Ensuring your current will, or last will and testament, is kept up to date eliminates the worry of invalid legal issues in the future. Other final arrangement areas that the best estate planning lawyers discuss and review with clients are:

  • Living wills
  • Executors
  • Beneficiaries
  • Powers of attorney
  • Cohabitation agreements
  • Trusteeship
  • Spousal rights
  • Inheritance
  • Health care proxy

If you have suffered the loss of a loved one with a missing will, or if they have died without a will, the best estate planning lawyers are only a phone call away. Call a top Edmonton law firm today.

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M. Robert Mackinnon, B. Sc., LL.B.
Edmonton Estate Planning Lawyer
McGlashan & Mackinnon – Edmonton Estate Planning Lawyers

Robert has been and continues mostly to be a general practitioner. He practices in a broad range of the legal areas, including residential and commercial real estate, construction and real Estate Litigation, family law, corporate and commercial, civil litigation and Wills and estates.