Nancy Ling has worked with several people in our community regarding their wills, estates and trust since getting called to the British Columbia Bar in 2010.
When she talks to her clients often one of the questions, she needs to field is deciding whether to include your children’s spouses in your will. For example “if I leave an inheritance to my son, can my daughter-in-law take it in a divorce?” Or “don’t I need to provide for my daughter-in-law if my son should die?”
She answered those questions and more on Tuesday morning’s FH&P Lawyers Law Talk on AM 1150 with Phil Johnson. Listen below.
When you have questions about your will or estate contact Nancy Ling at FH&P Lawyers – email@example.com
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