We are proud to offer all types of non-contentious legal services including:

    • Notarization of Legal Documents
    • Estate planning and Will drafting
    • Power of Attorney consultation and drafting
    • Representation Agreement consultation and drafting
    • Real Estate Conveyancing:
    •     Sale
    •     Purchase
    •     Transfer
    •     Mortgage
    •     Refinancing
    • Business Asset Purchase and Sale
    • Review of Contracts and Lease Agreements
    • Taking of Affidavits
    • Statutory Declarations
    • Certified True Copies
    • Travel Consent Letters
    • Immigration Documents
    • Invitation Letters for Foreign Visitors
    • Permanent Resident Card Applications
    • Name Change Applications
    • Custodianship Declarations
    • International Authentications
    • Builder’s Lien filing
    • Strata Lien filing
    • Transmission to Surviving Joint Tenant
  • Other land title document filings

Need a document notarized? Our Coquitlam Notary is also a Commissioner of Oaths.

We offer service in both English and Chinese.


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Anyone who has assets in Canada should have a will. If you don’t have a will, you lose control over where your estate goes after you pass away. A will is a document which directs how your estate will be distributed and to whom. In addition to naming your beneficiaries, you will also appoint an executor to manage and distribute your estate according to your will. You should also appoint an alternate executor in case your original executor is unable to act. If you wish, you may name a beneficiary as your executor.

At your estate planning appointment, you will need to bring:

  • two pieces of I.D. (at least 1 valid government photo I.D.) and
  • the full legal names, addresses and phone numbers of your beneficiaries, executor and alternate executor

We will discuss the different categories of assets you have in general and plan your estate accordingly. It is not necessary to bring any details of your assets to your appointment.

At your second appointment, we will review the will with you before you sign it and take it home.

Not only do we ensure your will is legally valid and binding, we aim to draft a will for you that is versatile so that you can avoid having to update it in the future, even if your assets change.

Powers of Attorney

You may use a Power of Attorney agreement to appoint someone you trust to manage your financial and legal matters for you. You may appoint them to sign legal documents for you, access your bank accounts and even purchase, sell or mortgage your house on your behalf.

You may give a general, all-purpose Power of Attorney or you may choose to give a specific Power of Attorney which is restricted to certain matters. You may set a time limit if you wish, or have no time limit at all. You may give an Enduring Power of Attorney which will still be valid even if you lose mental capacity in the future. You may appoint more than one person to act as alternate or multiple people at the same time, jointly or separately, as you see fit.

A Power of Attorney does not apply to health care or personal care matters and must be signed by both you and the person you are appointing in order to be valid.

Representation Agreements

A Representation Agreement is similar to a Power of Attorney, but it only applies to health care and personal care matters. You may appoint someone you trust to make major health care and/or personal care decisions for you when you need it. If you become mentally incapable or have trouble communicating with others, your representative may make major medical decisions for you relating to matters such as surgery, transplants, transfusions and even life support. Your representative may also make decisions regarding your personal care such as admittance into a nursing home or to any other facility, and who is allowed or not allowed to visit you.

The Representation Agreement does not apply to financial or legal matters and must be signed by both you and your Representative in order to be valid.


A typical real estate transaction contains several major steps including the signing of the contract, removal of subjects, completion and possession. If you are purchasing a home, please ask your Realtor’s office to send us a copy of the contract and their conveyancing report once the subjects have been removed. If you are obtaining a mortgage, please ask your lender to send us their mortgage instructions.

During the conveyancing process, we will search and review the title to the property and obtain a copy of the land title plan as filed in the land title office. We will order municipal tax information and strata information forms specific to the property and calculate adjustments based on this and other pertinent information. We will also order an insurance certificate required by your lender. We will prepare transfer and mortgage documents for registration as well as other security documents required by your lender. We attend to the execution of transfer and mortgage documents, negotiate appropriate closing undertakings with the notary/solicitor for the other party, receive and account for trust funds, and provide your lender with their requested security documents. We attend to registration of the transfer and mortgage documents at the appropriate land title office after making inquiries such as to the tax status of the property, residency status of the seller pursuant to the Income Tax Act as required, strata parking stall and storage locker assignments and survey certificate or title insurance if applicable. Further we prepare your declarations and/or reports required by the Land Owner Transparency Registry and attend to it’s registration. In addition to this, we may prepare a number of other legal documents to protect your rights specific to your transaction. Finally, we will disburse trust funds accordingly, report and provide you with a final State of Title Certificate ordered from the Land Title Office.

These are just some of the many fundamental procedures involved in a typical purchase transaction. Many of these steps apply to a sale transaction as well. If you are selling property and subjects have been removed, please ask your Realtor to send us a copy of the contract and the conveyancing report. If there is a mortgage registered on title, we will also require your mortgage reference number and branch location.