Strata Property Law
Real Estate Law Group acts for developers, homeowners, strata corporations and property managers in all aspects of strata property law in British Columbia. Services include consultation and drafting marketing disclosure, strata corporation by-laws, governance and dispute resolution.
Contact Real Estate Law Group at 250-448-5566 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org to speak with a Kelowna Real Estate Lawyer on all British Columbia strata property matters.
Municipal Rezoning & Development Applications
Real Estate Law Group offers homeowners and developers assistance and know-how in the technical aspects of municipal rezoning and development applications. From small secondary suite applications to large commercial or residential rezoning and development applications, the Real Estate Law Group can help to ensure a successful and timely outcome in the municipal process.
Contact the Real Estate Law Group at 250-448-5566 or via e-mail at email@example.com to speak with a Kelowna Real Estate Lawyer about your free initial consultation on your next municipal application.
Real Estate Finance & Investment
Real Estate Law Group acts for a wide variety of borrowers and lenders in the real estate industry in British Columbia including, developers, homeowners, mezzanine and equity lenders and large banking institutions. Let Real Estate Law Group advise you or your business on the technical aspects of real estate finance and investment.
Contact the Real Estate Law Group at 250-448-5566 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org to speak with a Kelowna Real Estate lawyer about your free initial consultation for your next real estate finance and investment.
Probate and Estate Administration
Estate administration involves the confirmation and distribution of your Estate after your death. Often, this involves application to the courts for Probate, which is the process by which the court confirms validity of a Will.
At Real Estate Law Group we are here to assist with the administration of your Estate and will work with your executor to minimize the tax consequences and costs to your Estate and to ensure that the transfer of assets to your beneficiaries is carried out quickly and smoothly.
Contact the Real Estate Law Group at 250-448-5566 or via e-mail at email@example.com to speak with a Lawyer about probate and estate administration.
Creating a Will in Kelowna and ensuring that it is current is important for everyone, regardless of age, marital status and income. If you don’t have a Will, you are leaving it up to the courts and legislation to decide who will oversee your Estate and who will be entitled to your assets. Perhaps most importantly, if you have minor children, your Will enables you to appoint a Guardian to care for them after your death.
Having a proper Will in place minimizes the costs and complexity of administering your Estate and gives you the peace of mind of knowing that your family will have the guidance it needs. If you already have a Will in place, keep in mind that certain major life events such as a change in marital status, a change in net-worth, or an expanding family are all important times to consider a review of your Will to determine if an update is necessary.
At Real Estate Law Group, we will sit down with you to ensure that every aspect of your Estate is addressed and your wishes are clearly set out. We can work with you from the Estate Planning stage all the way through to the eventual administration of your Estate.
We offer expert Wills preparation starting at $350. Call or email Katy to get started today.
Contact the Real Estate Law Group at 250-448-5566 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org to speak with Katy about your estate planning.
Powers of Attorney and Representation Agreements
A Power of Attorney is a legal document that allows you to appoint one or more people to make legal and financial decisions on your behalf. This is a very useful document, whether it be a general Power of Attorney giving broad abilities or limited to a specific purpose such as signing contractual documents while you are out of town.
Having a Power of Attorney in place is important for everyone so that it is clear who you want to make your legal and financial decisions in the event that you become incapable of doing so yourself. A Power of Attorney can be revoked or revised at any time while you have capacity.
Representation Agreements are similar legal documents in that they appoint a trusted person or people to make decisions on your behalf, but with regards to medical matters. Having a Representation Agreement prepared means that your doctor will know exactly who to speak to for what are often very difficult medical decisions. A Representation Agreement gives your family important guidance as to your wishes.
We offer Power of Attorney preparation starting at $200 and Representation Agreements starting at $250. Call or email Katy to get started today.
Contact Real Estate Law Group at 250-448-5566 or via email at email@example.com to speak with Katy about a representation agreement and/or power of attorney.