Sam just signed his last will and testament. He is planning to leave his estate equally between his two children, one in Calgary and the other in Winnipeg.
His lawyer asked him where he planned to store the original copy. Good question.
There are a variety of popular and not so popular places where you can store a last will and testament.
The three most popular places are in a safety deposit box at the bank, in a safe or other fire proof receptacle at home, or at the lawyer’s office who helped you draft the will. There are pros and cons to each.