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  • Vancouver WESA Defective Will LawyersSeptember 24, 2017

    Vancouver WESA Defective Will Lawyers at MacLean Law took note of another defective BC Will being FIXED in the new BC Supreme Court decision of Riguidel Estate (Re) 2017 BCSC 1677.  MacLean Law’s Vancouver WESA Defective Will Lawyers operate out of 5 offices across BC located in Vancouver, Surrey, R … Read more »

  • Vancouver Will Dispute LawyerAugust 20, 2017

    A good Vancouver Will Dispute Lawyer helps ensure that a Will maker has the ability to properly instruct a lawyer on how they wish their estate to be divided upon their death. To be able to prepare a valid Will the testator (person making the Will): Must understand they are making a Will and the imp … Read more »

  • BC Predatory Capacity to Marry LawyersAugust 20, 2017

    Lorne N. MacLean,QC heads our team of skilled estate litigation and BC Predatory Capacity to Marry Lawyers. As people live longer and boomers acquire more assets through investments and the skyrocketing real estate values so too does the risk of predatory marriages involving wealthy and potentially … Read more »

  • Vancouver BC Contested Wills Dispute Testamentary CapacityApril 10, 2017

    Vancouver BC Contested Wills Dispute Testamentary Capacity cases involve disagreements over whether the deceased knew what they were doing when they made their last Will. Vancouver BC Contested Wills Dispute Testamentary Capacity cases require the person making the Will to be “of sound mind, memory … Read more »

  • BC WESA Curative Powers Fixing Defective Wills LawyersApril 9, 2017

    The BC WESA Curative Powers Fixing Defective Wills Lawyers at MacLean Estate Litigation are pleased to see yet another recent example of the growing number of cases where courts use powerful new sections of WESA to uphold legitimate wishes of deceased Will makers. Judges are carefully applying these … Read more »