New Client Questionnaire
Please fill out this questionnaire before meeting with one of our lawyers. This will help us get a snap shot of your family law matter as well as assist us in being able to act for you quickly and efficiently once you do meet with one of our lawyers.
Detailed Client Information Sheet
Wills and Estates
Estate Planning Questionnaire
Please review and fill out this form if you are looking to create a Will, Enduring Power of Attorney, and/or a Personal Directive. When these three documents are completed you can appoint someone to make medical decisions on your behalf if you are unable, someone to make financial decisions on your behalf if you lose mental capacity, and to lay out how you would like your estate to be handled by an appointed Personal Representative.
Estate Administration Questionnaire
Please review and fill out this form if you are in the process of administrating an Estate. The information collected will be required by your estate lawyer and/or your Personal Representative when applying for a Grant of Probate or a Grant of Administration. You must have a Grant of Probate or a Grant of Administration in order to distribute the property of an Estate.
Guardianship and Trusteeship Questionnaire
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News & Articles
The lawyers and staff at Kirk Montoute Dawson LLP work collaboratively to maintain a client-focused legal practice.
What happens when you do not have a Will?
What is the effect of a Will that is not valid or only partially valid, or where there is no Will (intestacy)? Your Estate may be divided among people you would not otherwise name as beneficiaries ...
Alberta’s two top trial court judges look to unify family courts
Court heads deny comments made by premier that there is a “war” between the courts The heads of Alberta’s provincial court and the Court of King’s Bench have denied comments recently made by Premie...