Taylor Law – Wills & Estate Planning

Over 30 years of experience serving Calgary clients in estate planning. Trust Taylor Law for your unique estate planning needs.

Every client is unique and need a plan to fit. Trust Taylor Law’s proven experience in collaborative planning for your estate. Protect your business or estate by ensuring all assets and beneficiaries are accounted and prepared for.

It’s worth the peace of mind to ensure you estate is prepared and secure for future generations.

 

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Services include:

  • Wills, enduring powers of attorney (POA), personal directives and trusts; appointment of trustees;
  • Family wealth-management planning;
  • Business succession advice and planning; Transferring corporate assets or shares;
  • Estate administration, litigation, and Inheritance taxes;
  • Personalized estate and incapacity plans.

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Tel: 403-259-4151

#240, 550 – 71st Ave. SE. Calgary, AB T2H 0S6

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