Whether you are buying your first or tenth house, our team of real estate notaries is your best ally for a smooth transaction, from the promise to purchase to obtaining the keys to your new property.
Selling a property is an important step that can be stressful. Discover some things to consider before putting your property for sale, which will facilitate the transaction.
Settling an estate is a delicate and complex process. The notary is the best advisor possible for the liquidator of the estate, who is required by law to settle the estate. The notary will guide the liquidator through all the steps.
In order to avoid unnecessary complications to your loved ones, get an indisputable notarial will. It is enforceable at the time of death and avoids lengthy and expensive probating proceedings.
In 95% of cases, the protection mandate is approved and takes effect in cases of dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. However, it is better to protect your interests and assets today since accidents happen so suddenly.
If you are found incapacitated, you will no longer be able to write a mandate or decide for yourself who will take care of you and administer your property. Consult our experts to institute protective supervision for yourself.
Choosing a notary as officiant is advisable, especially when a couple wants to know the legal consequences of such a commitment and learn more about the differences between marriage and civil union.
Despite popular belief, common-law partners are not as well protected as married spouses. To protect yourself, find out more about the agreement between common-law partners from our team specializing in law of persons.
Separation of common-law partners gone wrong? Disagreement between heirs? Conflict between liquidators of an estate? A trial is not necessarily the ideal solution. Another approach to conflict resolution, using negotiation and mediation techniques, could be more profitable.