Estate Protection

Liquidators are often referred to as "executors". However, the official term in Quebec law is "liquidator".

As a liquidator you are in charge of handling the estate of someone who dies. The official term for an estate in Quebec law is "succession".

The process that the liquidator undertakes is called "liquidating the succession" or "settling the succession". To do this, the liquidator must close accounts, file taxes, collect money owed, make an inventory of property and debts, distribute property to heirs, etc. 

Depending on your particular needs, the litigation plan we design and implement for you can accomplish all of the following goals and more:

  • Maintain control of your property during the legal dispute and ensure that your role as liquidator is not affected depending on the circumstances.

  • Protect the Estate from claims made by creditors or from legally non-entitled heirs.

  • Make sure that the last will and testament is respected to the letter of the will.

  • Prevent family conflict and attempt to find amicable solutions.

 

Remember: The earlier you contact us and begin to defend your rights, 

the more options we will have to protect your interest in an estate.

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The earlier you contact us and begin to plan the more options we will

have to protect your rights to an Estate

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