Property and Family Law: The Meaning of Value
Author(s): Ontario Bar Association
Publication Date: November 2016
Format: shipped (hardcopy), download (PDF)


Description
What is value, why is it important, and how do we differentiate between "value", "fair value", "fair market value", and "imputed value"? Take an introductory look at basic and complex property issues for young lawyers centered on the issues of what is value and how to value property in family law. Learn about limitation periods, disclosure, evidence, and tracing in establishing value. Hear advice from chartered business valuators and accountants to understand when you need an expert and what they can do for you. Our expert speakers will also go beyond the basics to demystify trusts and corporate structures and share tips on unusual claims that you can make to add value to your client.

PROGRAM CHAIRS
Eric Sadvari
, Goldhart and Associates
Aly Virani, Blaney McMurtry LLP

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Valuation Date
Jessica Gagné, Barrister and Solicitor

Client Disclosure Checklists
Marian Gage, Berry Gage Family Law

Tracing: Property and Family Law
Fareen Jamal, Jamal Family Law

Disposition Costs
Bonnie Prussky, ap Valuations Inc.

Corporate Valuation
Jeffrey Cling, Fuller Landau LLP

Demystifying Trusts and Corporate Structures
Nathan Wright, JGW Business and Tax Law

S. 5(6) of the Family Law Act: Equalization's Faint Hope Clause
Sarah Boulby, Boulby Weinberg LLP

Invasion of Privacy Torts in Ontario
Andrea Acri, Layne Family Law

How can business and employment claims add value to your client?
Denise Sayer, Paris & Company

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