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Our law firm blog is your legal information resource for the latest tips, news, and legal information online. Using the categories on this page, you can navigate to the area of practice you are most interested in. Whether you are searching for information regarding Family Law, Business Law, Real Estate Law, Personal Injury Law, or anything in between, our law firm blog offers a wealth of information to browse.

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Wills and Estates 2017/08/15

Representation agreements

You may have heard about a Representation Agreement before, which is a key legal document that a person in British Columbia needs to plan for their own personal health care. A Representation Agreement is a legally enforceable document that can be used if you are not able to speak for yourself.  If you are unconscious … Continued

General Litigation 2017/06/06

Creating a will can be as easy As 1,2,3

If you were a client at DBM, you would hear us talk about wills and estate planning a lot. That’s because, if you have any assets, children or a life partner, there is simply no more important document you can make than your will. Your will makes sure that your precise wishes are carried out … Continued

Wills and Estates 2016/10/24

8 Estate Planning Considerations for Stepfamilies

As the National Post has put it, stepfamilies are becoming the “new normal” in Canada. This is made evident by the fact that in 2011, the census counted stepfamilies for the first time, revealing that 12.6% of families in Canada are stepfamilies. With this ever-expanding family category comes expanded estate planning considerations. It’s not surprising … Continued

Wills and Estates 2016/08/31

3 Types of Trusts

Setting up a trust happens for several reasons. These include ensuring family members’ financial stability in the future, donating funding to a favourite charity, and providing security for a dependent who has disabilities. A trust is a legal relationship in which one person (the “settlor”) declares that some of their assets are to be used … Continued

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