Nathan Kaulback

For many Nova Scotians, the restrictions associated with the COVID-19 pandemic has led to a newfound abundance of time to tackle the projects and tasks that have been sitting at the bottom of our to-do lists for some years.

One of the most common items that gets left behind in our increasingly busy lives is the creation of a Last Will and Testament. With this extra time, getting to or perhaps even updating your Will is certainly something you should try to cross off your list.

For many people, the first time they visit a lawyer will be to create their Last Will and Testament. Not only might you be unfamiliar with what you should be thinking about or what you need to bring, you might also not know about the process of hiring a lawyer.

However, there is no reason to fear – the process is simple.

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