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Estates Lawyer 2018
It’s difficult to stay on top of the rapid developments
in estates and trust law, both legislative and new
case law; it’s daunting to look back at what you might
have missed. But you have no choice. Whether you’re
a solicitor or a barrister—whether you’re advising
individual clients about succession planning for their
small farm, for example, or representing a large trust
company—you need to keep up.
l How can you increase the odds of achieving a
successful outcome in mediation?
l What are the pros and cons of certain spousal
l How can you accommodate clients with cognitive
l What special considerations apply to life insurance
and RRSP beneficiary designations for minors?
l How can you avoid conflicts between the roles of
estate solicitor and estate trustee?
LSO CPD is an Accredited Provider of Professionalism Content.
CHAIRS Marcia Green, Nelligan O’Brien Payne LLP
Ian Hull, C.S., Hull & Hull LLP
@LSOCPD Law Society of Ontario CPD