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ESTATE administration

Losing a loved one is never easy.  Depending on the assets that were owned by your loved one at the date of death, it may be necessary for a court grant to be obtained before certain tasks can be done. Whether or not there is a Will and a named executor will impact the type of the grant that may need to be applied for. Some common applications that we prepare for clients are:

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Letters Probate (someone dies and there is a Will and a named executor)

Letters of Administration (someone dies without a Will)

Letters of Administration with Will Annexed (someone dies with a Will but the executor is unable to act)

Resealing Foreign Grant (someone dies outside of Saskatchewan but a local grant is necessary to deal with property in Saskatchewan).

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Dealing with the loss of a loved one is often emotional and challenging

We strive to provide a professional, practical, and compassionate approach when assisting clients who are navigating this difficult time. We provide advice and guidance to executors and administrators on how to properly settle an estate. We also have experience communicating with the Public Guardian and Trustee for estates involving minors or other dependant beneficiaries. 

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What Our Clients Say

“Krista Evanisky was an absolutely gem to work with, not only because of her high level of professionalism, but also because she knew to keep the conversation light-hearted and genuine. The experience felt more like a trusted friend helping than just a legal representative. I truly wish nothing but the best for her and her team, and I hope Clarity grows even more in the years to come.”

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