Estate Litigation Lawyers In Ottawa

Estate Lawyers
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Ottawa & Cornwall Estate Lawyers

Estate Law Services in Ottawa & Cornwall

Our estate law specialists are intimately familiar with the estate process. We possess the necessary skills, training, and knowledge to help you and your loved ones navigate the estate administration process from start to finish.

Langevin Law is known for ensuring that our clients are satisfied with their estate planning and confident in the future of their family and possessions. Contact us today to begin planning your estate administration.

Ottawa Estate Lawyers

Power of Attorney

Power of Attorney

We recognize the value of making future plans and making sure your interests are safeguarded.
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Estate Litigation

Estate Litigation

We are aware that conflicts involving wills and estates can be difficult and strenuous.
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Trusts

Trusts

We know how crucial it is to safeguard your assets and make sure they're distributed properly.
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Estate Administration

Estate Administration

Our skilled estate administration attorneys offer full legal services to executors and administrators.
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Gaurdianships

Gaurdianships

A guardian must not only make choices but also keep meticulous records of those decisions.
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Last Will & Testament

Last Will & Testament

Our specialists are dedicated to providing you with professional wills services.
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Estate Law Lawyers
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What You Can Expect from Langevin Law

You can expect to receive empathetic and attentive assistance from Ottawa & Cornwall’s top estate lawyers when you choose Langevin Law. The nature of estate planning means the procedure can be emotionally draining and exhausting.

The specialists at Langevin Law understand this and have the education and emotional intelligence necessary to make this process pain-free and easy. Contact us today to get started on your estate.

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Making plans for the transfer of your assets and real estate after your death is known as estate planning. It includes establishing trusts, writing a will, and selecting guardians for small children.

Indeed, even if you don’t have a lot of assets, having an estate plan in place is still vital. Without one, the division of your assets will be governed by state law, which could not reflect your preferences.

Your estate plan should be reviewed and updated every three to five years or following any significant life events, such as getting married, getting divorced, or having a kid.

If you think an estate plan is invalid or doesn’t adequately reflect the wishes of the deceased, you can protest it. But, prior to pursuing any legal action, it is crucial to speak with a knowledgeable estate lawyer.