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A Will is an essential part of a complete estate plan to distribute your estate according to your wishes .   The will can  provide for the special needs and circumstances of your beneficiaries and gives you the degree of control you desire.  It can also help to minimize probate fees and taxes, and reduce expenses to your estate.  Many  people may  not want  a complex estate plan prepared at considerable expense.  If you believe that you require only a basic will, then you may find this to be of assistance.

To request a basic will, complete the form below.  When  the information you submit has been  reviewed, you will be contacted if there are further questions..  Otherwise, arrangements can be made for you sign a will prepared based upon the information you have provided.

 It is strongly recommended that you first read the articles on this website about estate planning and especially the article on preparing a will and estate plan 

* The fields marked are mandatory and must be completed


* Your full legal name


Commonly used names; e.g: Richard Smith known as Dick Smith

Marital Status

Occupation - if retired, former occupation

Box or Suite #  

* Street Address

* City 

* Prov

Postal Code


Area Code



* Email address


Information about beneficiaries and heirs

  Provide full legal name of your spouse/partner if any

If you have children, please provide the following information for  each

Full Legal Name of Child 

Date of Birth 

* Executor Full Name
Alternate Executor


Guardian for Children under 19 if your spouse dies before you:

Distribution of your estate

Do you want to leave your entire estate to your spouse if you die first?

Yes                  No

Do you want to divide your estate  equally  among your children if your spouse dies before you?

Yes                 No

Do you want each child to receive his or her share of the estate at age 19, or at a later age such as 25 but in the meantime the money can be used for the education and essential needs of that child 

19                   25

Is there anything else that this questionnaire has not addressed?

If you have any questions on estate planning or other legal matters,   please contact Sucha S. Ollek at: info@e-law.bc.ca.