In partnership with Stewart McKelvey – the Wills Project aims to provide legal documents to those unable to access a lawyer.
Preparing a will is sometimes a difficult step for people. However, a will can offer you and your loved ones peace of mind.
Many people first begin their journey through the financial jungle because they are looking for ways to protect their assets for their beneficiaries.
A will enables you to name the people you wish to receive your assets after your death.
Students from the Wills project are able to travel withn the community to provide information and answer questions regarding Wills or Power of Attorney documents
Power of Attorney Drafting
A Power of Attorney (POA) is a written document where a person (called the “Donor”) gives another person(s) (called the “Donee(s)”), the authority to act on his or her behalf in relation to property, financial affairs, and/or personal care. A Power of Attorney is sometimes referred to as a “living will.”
Excluding a home, less than $65 000 in global assets.
New Brunswick requires Wills to be signed in-person, meaning all participants will be required to travel to Stewart McKelvey’s office in Fredericton, NB.
Individual or family income less than $35 000.
Interested? Send us an email.