Property Issues in
MARCH 20, 2013 Part One: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
FAMILY LAW LAWYERS HAVE AN AVALANCHE of property issues to
deal with. Some of the most frequent are: determining what constitutes
property, valuing assets, and figuring out tax implications. For your
convenience, we’ve split our program into two sessions: the morning
is a refresher on topics every family law lawyer should know, and the
afternoon is an exploration of more complex material.
Choose either the morning session (basic) or afternoon session (intermediate
to advanced)—or register for both to receive a discount and build on your
knowledge throughout the day.
n Learn the ten most important tax provisions
every family lawyer should know
n Obtain tips on how to effectively prepare
n Find out about the most common
misunderstandings regarding the Rules under the Pension Benefits Act
Stephen Grant, LSM
Grant & Sadvari
n Determine how to value employment-related assets
n Understand settlement and valuation issues relating to family trusts
n Establish when non-disclosure agreements are appropriate
Total CPD Part 1 = 2.5 Substantive Hours + 0.5 Professionalism Hours
Total CPD Part 2 = 3 Substantive Hours
$220 per session plus taxes includes:
PDF materials and access to the on demand webcast (available 24 hours after the program)
Spend your day learning and save 20% Register for Part One and Part Two
for only $352 plus taxes.
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Register today at http://ecom.lsuc.on.ca/family