Seeking the services of a Notary to prepare a Will ensures your wishes are made clear.
Half of parents don’t have a Will and some people are more likely to make a Will due to COVID-19.
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Notaries Public across the province are open for business and responding to a stronger interest from British Columbians who want to ensure they and their families are prepared for potential illness, triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Like you, we are focussed on slowing the spread of the COVID-19 outbreak, and we remain determined to address the safety of our members and the community.
The Board of Directors of The BC Notaries Association is pleased to announce that following an extensive search for a new CEO, Mr. Chad Rintoul will assume that role effective mid-April 2020.
A December survey of 193 BC Notaries across the province found that most Notaries saw the same or decreased level of first-time buyers in 2019 despite a softened market.
BC Notaries joins key real estate professionals in submitting joint recommendations on money laundering to government.
BC Notaries support the Province of BC’s proclamation declaring April 7 to 13, 2019 “Make-a-Will Week”.
The award recognizes BC Notaries close collaboration with CMBA-BC
A December survey of BC Notaries across the province found that most Notaries saw a decrease in first-time buyers in 2018.
BC Notaries Offer Tips and Advice to British Columbians Considering Non-Traditional Housing to Help with Affordability for National Housing Day
BC Notaries are advising seniors and Baby Boomers to ensure their healthcare wishes are clearly and legally documented in case they develop an unforeseen health condition where they can’t speak or care for themselves.