Defending and Attacking Wealth Transfers - Undue Influence and the “Doctrine of Righteousness” (RECORDING) 

Oct. 10, 2013
Online

Presented live via webconference by the CBA National Wills, Estates and Trusts Section

Wills can be attacked based on undue influence. They can also be attacked based on the doctrine of righteousness. Learn the strengths and weaknesses of both in a testamentary setting.  Similar principles apply in an inter vivos setting. Learn the differences. Compound transactions will also be discussed, where a collection of inter vivos and testamentary documents are employed together. This webinar will be of use to litigators attacking wealth transfers, and to solicitors attempting to build transactions that are immune to those attacks.

Moderator:
Richard Niedermayer, Stewart McKelvey

Speaker:
John Poyser, Tradition Law LLP Estates and Trusts Wealth and Estate Law Group

 

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    FORMAT
    Recording

    COST
    CBA members: $125 
    Non-members: $250 
    Plus applicable taxes

    MEMBER GROUP RATE
    $1,500 
    Plus applicable taxes

 

CONTACT INFO

pd@cba.org 
613-237-2925; 1-800-267-8860 

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