Whitby, ON Wills and Probate Attorneys

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  • David Siksay
  • Member at Siksay & Fraser Law Offices
  • Whitby, ON Canada
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  • J. W. Patrick Johnston
  • Member at Johnston & Montgomery
  • Whitby, ON Canada
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  • Nigel Schilling Q.C.
  • Member at Schilling, Evans
  • Whitby, ON Canada
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  • Donna C. Babbs
  • Member at Sims Thomson & Babbs
  • Whitby, ON Canada
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  • Patrick G. Bennett
  • Partner at Mason, Bennett, Johncox
  • Whitby, ON Canada
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Wills and Probate

Don't make the mistake of thinking that only the rich, elderly or those with children need a last will and testament--every adult can benefit from an estate plan, including a last will and testament. Wills and probate attorneys can work with you to devise an estate plan that explains how your assets should be distributed after your death. Your lawyers can craft a strategy to reduce estate taxes and help ensure the financial security of your spouse and children. Wills and probate law firms can also guide estate executors through the probate process.