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Executor Compensation in your Will

Being an Executor (or personal representative as they are known in Alberta) is hard work. Once you have picked someone you trust who can be responsible to wind up your estate, attention to detail so they can deal with all the little things surrounding your demise, and the tenacity to keep going and complete the job until the end. 

When you ask someone to be your executor you are asking someone to take one year out of their life to wind up your property. In many cases the executor is not...

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Tailored Estate Law Services for your needs

about us estates probate Jul 11, 2018

No matter how much Estate Planning you engage in, there will almost always be some level of estate administration which must be performed after your passing. Estate Connection can assist in numerous aspects of Estate Law services and help remove the burden from the shoulders of your loved ones.

Grants of Probate

When a loved one passes and leaves a will, that person’s estate is considered to be a “Testate Estate.” The estates executor, or the personal representative named to...

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The point of points – what happens to your points when you die?

estates wills Sep 04, 2017

Everywhere we shop we are encouraged to collect points. From gas stations like Esso and Petro-Canada; stores like Save-On Foods and Hudson’s Bay Company we have the opportunity to collect points with the individual store, Aeroplan or Airmiles. The points are free and many of us use them to buy little luxuries we might not otherwise enjoy. They are an intangible property that we never see but can have value.

I once dealt with an estate where a St Albert grandmother had been collecting...

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The probate process and beneficiaries

estates probate Apr 12, 2017

Families, Estates, and What You Leave Behind

The hardship on individuals and families can be substantial upon the death of a loved one. When there are no known beneficiary designations of property and assets for passing onto beneficiaries or heirs, it can become difficult and emotionally taxing for successors to speculate at the deceased’s final wishes.

For this reason, when a person dies testate, (dies leaving a will) there is a legal process of settling a debts and distributing...

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