With an aging population, legal issues involving estate law arise daily. Such legal issues are becoming increasingly complex, so it is in your best interest to seek representation from an experienced lawyer. You can turn to our law firm for experienced representation.
Serving the Greater Vancouver Area, Epstein Law is an established practice that represents clients in estate law, probate and litigation matters. Our firm was established in 1958 and is now led by Mark Epstein. He has more than 20 years of legal experience and strives to provide quality, effective and cost-efficient solutions for clients. He and our legal team will work to achieve a favourable outcome on your behalf.
Contested Wills and Trusts
Estate litigation most frequently involves disputed wills, trusts and guardianships. Litigation can be the result of challenges to the executors or trustees, issues involving the Wills Variation Act (which is unique to British Columbia), or probate or administration matters.
Our Vancouver estate litigation lawyers are very knowledgeable of the statutes involving estate law and have experience representing clients in a wide range of estate law matters. We understand how to resolve complex disputes and will strongly advocate for your best interests.
Disputes over adult guardianships are becoming more frequent. Guardianships, which are established to protect adults who are unable to care for themselves, can be disputed for a number of reasons. We are very familiar with legal issues involving disputes over powers of attorney, the Patient Property Act, Adult Guardianship Act, Wills Estates and Succession Act, Public Trustee, Wills Variation Act, Estate Administration Act, Representation Agreements and other applicable issues.
Serving Areas Such as Coquitlam, Port Moody, White Rock, Abbotsford Burnaby, West Vancouver, North Vancouver, Coquitlam, Delta, Lower Mainland and Surrey — Contested Wills Lawyers
Interested in speaking with one of our lawyers? Please contact us at 604-685-4321. We are happy to schedule consultations at your convenience. Additionally, we can handle matters on a limited retainer basis. Contact our firm to learn more.