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Free Library talk on wills, estates poised to answer questions

Most of us don’t like to think about our eventual demise, and yet we care about what happens after we’re gone.

The Nelson Public Library hosts a free evening dedicated to Wills and Estates presented by Nelson lawyer Troy Trillo on Thursday, April 8, at 7 p.m. on Zoom. Email hgoldik@nelson.ca to register.

Trillo's talk will look at a number of common questions, including: 

  • Do I need a Will?
  • Can my Will be challenged if I don’t provide for my children equally? 
  • How long can I tie up my kids’ inheritance? 
  • Does having a blended family make a difference to my Will? 
  • What is a Power of Attorney? 
  • Doesn’t a Power of Attorney cover health care matters? 
  • Do I need a Representation Agreement? 

There will be time set aside after the talk for additional questions.

Trillo’s practice is focused primarily on solicitor’s work, including Wills & Estates, Corporate and Commercial, and Real Estate law. 

Trillo graduated from the Faculty of Law at UBC in 1999 with a Juris Doctor and is a partner in the law firm Connolly, Trillo & Yates.

The Library invites people of all ages and stages of life to come and learn about this important topic.