Tackling Unsettled Issues in Trusts and Estates Law
Author(s): Ontario Bar Association
Publication Date: February 2019
Format: shipped (hardcopy), download (PDF)


Description
Join us to hear from expert practitioners as they grapple with the most challenging unsettled issues facing trusts and estates lawyers today in a fun and engaging debate-style format. Come prepared to mull the debate topics, as they are listed below for your consideration. Get clarity on where the uncertainty exists to best represent your clients, and gather helpful advice on how to navigate the murky waters. You can also decide who is right and who is wrong with our interactive voting technology.

PROGRAM CHAIRS

Benjamin Arkin, Arkin Estate Law
Robin Spurr, Schnurr Kirsh Oelbaum Tator LLP

TABLE OF CONTENTS

An Update on the Role of Section 3 Counsel - Is there a role for Section 3 Counsel to play when an Incapable Person Cannot Communicate?
Jennifer E Jolly, Law Offices of Jennifer E Jolly

It is Time to Abandon the Stand-Alone, Comprehensive and Densely Worded Release
Felice Kirsh, Schnurr Kirsh Oelbaum Tator LLP

Stand Alone Releases: Why they Make Sense
Margaret Rintoul, Blaney McMurtry LLP

Probate Planning: Is it Worth the Trouble?
Brian Cohen, Gowling WLG
Josh Shneer, Gowling WLG
Alison Minard, McCarthy Tétrault LLP

Contingency Fees in Estate Litigation - Ontario, 2019
Sean Graham, Graham Estate Law

Annotated Directory Re: Contingency Fee Arrangements
Andrea McEwan, Aird & Berlis LLP
Melanie Yach, Aird & Berlis LLP

An Onerous Position: The Case for Objections not Being Statute Barred against Trustees in Court Passings
Arieh Bloom, Tupman & Bloom LLP

Wall v. Shaw: A Case Comment
Matthew Furrow and Daniel Zacks, Goddard Gamage LLP

Conflicts of Interests in Estates and Trusts Litigation
Lisa Filgiano, Miller Thomson LLP
Sean Lawler, Shibley Righton LLP

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