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 email@example.com 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.