About Being an Executor

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Being an Executor is for people who have been appointed as executor in a will. It covers the steps involved in British Columbia in dealing with an estate after a person dies, including the procedure to probate the will. The information reflects the Wills, Estates and Succession Act, which became law in 2014.

Acknowledgements

Contributors to this publication:

  • Legal review: Helen Low, QC
  • Content review: Hassan El Masri and Joan Letendre, notaries public practicing in British Columbia
  • Writing, editing and layout: Jaime Burford, Marisa Chandler, Drew Jackson, Gayla Reid

This publication was made possible through the financial support of the Law Foundation of BC, the Notary Foundation of BC, the Department of Justice Canada, and the Province of British Columbia.

Copyright

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About People's Law School

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