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Wills and Estates in Winnipeg

Lessen the stress and burden on your family and provide stability for the future with legal services from Cassidy Ramsay. We offer estate law services including wills, probate and powers of attorney in Winnipeg. Without a power of attorney, legislation, courts and government determine what happens to you and your property in the event that you are unable to make those decisions. Powers of attorney are important documents that set out your appointed decision-makers as well as your particular wishes regarding medical treatment, shelter, safety, nutrition, hygiene and more. For more information, contact us today for an appointment.

Our legal services with regard to wills and estates include:

  • Preparation of wills and codicils

  • Powers of attorney Application for probate

  • Application for probate and/or administration of estates


The following are some questions that our wills and estates lawyers in Winnipeg receive all the time. 
What Is Probate? 
In simple terms, the process of determining whether or not a will is valid by the court is probate. The process goes beyond just the will's validity and covers the meaning of the will's terms. Once the court confirms the will's validity, it will issue a Grant of Probate to the executor/executrix. 
What Is a Power of Attorney? 
When you give someone Power of Attorney, they have the authority to act on your behalf. It can be general, which means the person can do whatever you're legally allowed to do. It can also be specific, which means they only have the authority to perform particular acts.  
Why Should I Have a Power of Attorney? 
Assigning a Power of Attorney gives you control over decisions regarding your property and affairs if you lose your mental capacity or mobility.  
What Is a Health Care Directive? 
A Health Care Directive also called a living will, lists out medical procedures you do or do not want. It covers the scenario where you're unable to make these decisions yourself.  


If you need the help of our wills and estates lawyers in Winnipeg, we invite you to reach out to us. Spare some time to read the latest blogs featuring informative content about estate planning, the child support process, the importance of having a will and more.  

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