Virtual Seminar - Estate Litigation Essentials in the COVID-era

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Don’t miss out on this unique learning opportunity. There will be electronic networking opportunities and roundtable discussion with the speakers and conference chairs available with each part of the Webinar Series in order to simulate the usual social activity we have at TLABC seminars. You won’t get this type of value anywhere else! Register now to reserve your space, and obtain more discounts as you sign up for more seminars.

Part 1 - Friday 10 July 10:00 am - 12:00 pmWill cover COVID-era specifics such as the modified requirements of witnessing wills and swearing affidavits, and how to effectively litigate in the modified court procedures we find ourselves living with, including electronic discoveries and hearings.  It will also cover the resolution of estate disputes via mediation, and the nuances of electronic mediation.

  • Practicing Estate Litigation in the COVID-era with Amy Mortimore (Clark Wilson)
  • Mediations in the COVID-era with the Honourable retired justices Sandra Ballance and Jane Dardi.
     
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Part 2 - Friday 17 July 10:00 am - 12:00 pmWill build on Part 1 to cover the nuts and bolts of bringing wills variation claims and presumptions of resulting trust and undue influence claims to set aside transfers and wills.  These are some of the most common estate litigation claims that are worth the investment for you to know the law and get practice tips on practicing effectively.

  • Wills Variation Basics with Janis Ko (Onyx Law Group) and Jackson Todd (Disinherited.com)
  • Presumptions of Resulting Trust and Undue Influence with Ken Friesen (Friesen & Epp).
     
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Part 3 - Friday 24 July 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Will build on Parts 1 and 2 by giving you tips on proving an estate litigation case using demonstrative evidence (and winning!) at trial, and navigating the murky waters of bringing s. 151 applications under the Wills, Estates and Succession Act (or the derivative estate action to obtain the limited authority to represent an estate to bring a claim to recover assets to the estate).

  • Proving an Estate Litigation Case Using Demonstrative Evidence with Trevor Todd (Disinherited.com)
  • s. 151 WESA Applications with Colleen Selby (Macleod & Co.)
     
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