In Terrace, BC, building trust is essential in any transaction. Whether you’re buying or selling property, creating a trust for your loved ones, or managing your estate, you need a team of professionals to ensure that the process is smooth and transparent. At Warner Bandstra Brown, we have been serving Terrace and Northern B.C. for 35 years, and we understand the challenges that come with managing your assets and estate.
As you get older, you may want to secure your assets and property for your loved ones. Creating a trust is a legal way to transfer assets to your beneficiaries after your death. At Warner Bandstra Brown, we can help you set up a trust that protects your property and ensures that your loved ones receive their inheritance. We can also provide you with expert advice on how to choose the right trustee and how to manage your assets during your lifetime.
There are two types of trusts – revocable and irrevocable trusts. Revocable trusts can be changed or canceled at any time, while irrevocable trusts cannot be modified or amended once they are set up. Our lawyers will help you understand the differences between these two types of trusts and guide you in making an informed decision.
Managing a trust can be complex, and it’s essential that you choose the right trustee who can manage your assets and distribute your property after your death. Our lawyers can guide you in selecting the right trustee, ensuring that your assets are correctly managed and distributed according to your wishes. We can also provide you with legal advice on any disputes that may arise among beneficiaries or trustees.
Apart from setting up a trust, our lawyers can also help you with estate planning and probate after your death. We can help you prepare a will, settle debts, and distribute assets to your beneficiaries. We can also assist you in navigating the probate process and provide you with legal advice on any issues that arise. Our team of lawyers is well-versed in B.C. laws, and we will ensure that your estate and assets are protected.