Wills, Estates, Trusts, Health Care Directives and Powers of Attorney

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From drafting simple wills and health care directives to overseeing complex estates and trusts, our lawyers help you smoothly navigate this important legal area.

We help you with:

  • estate and life planning
  • probate issues and estate administration
  • tax planning
  • arranging personal and property guardianship
  • powers of attorney
  • estate litigation
  • creation and operation of holding companies
  • establishment, registration and operation of trusts, charitable organizations and foundations

Allan M. Haubrich, q.c.

Direct: (306) 933-1306
Main: (306) 652-7575
Fax: (306) 652-2445
Email: a.haubrich@rslaw.com

Darlene N. Wingerak

Direct: (306) 933-1392
Main: (306) 652-7575
Fax: (306) 652-2445
Email: d.wingerak@rslaw.com

James D. Steele

Direct: (306) 933-1338
Main: (306) 652-7575
Fax: (306) 652-2445
Email: j.steele@rslaw.com

Siobhan H. Morgan

Direct: (306) 933-1308
Main: (306) 652-7575
Fax: (306) 652-2445
Email: sh.morgan@rslaw.com

Ben W. Parsonson

Direct: (306) 933-1353
Main: (306) 652-7575
Fax: (306) 652-2445
Email: b.parsonson@rslaw.com

Marinko J. Jelovic

Direct: (306) 933-1322
Main: (306) 652-7575
Fax: (306) 652-2445
Email: m.jelovic@rslaw.com

Read more on our blog.

The Saskatchewan Estate Law blog is dedicated to providing practical, real-world information on Estate Law issues that affect Saskatchewan residents. The blog is written by RS lawyer, James Steele, whose practice focuses on estate litigation.

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