Wills and Estates Refresher 2019
Tuesday June 4, 2019
Library, Frontenac County Courthouse
10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. (approx.)
Originally webcasted at the Law Society on March 27, 2019
2 h 30 m Substantive
1 h Professionalism
Drafting a will is not always straightforward. Even if it’s a sizeable part of your practice, you know that sometimes a will presents particular complications. The best way to meet this challenge is to have a good grasp of the essentials and brush up on the latest developments. Our presenters take you through the entire process, covering effective initial client interviews, drafting of documents, reporting, and more. You also hear useful tips on risk management and how to handle common challenges that sometimes arise with will planning and preparation.
- Learn how to foster the client relationship while handling various challenges
- Consider multiple wills and where things stand since Milne Estates
- Gain useful practice management tips on the use of technology and privacy issues
Please call 613-542-0034 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
$110.00 & HST = $124.30 (FLA members or their staff) *
$135.00 & HST = $152.55 (non-members)
Registration includes Mp4 file, PDF of materials and lunch. To access the MP4 file and materials please go to the LSUC Store and search under My Account a day or two before the program takes place.
Please make cheques payable to the Frontenac Law Association and mail to the FLA at 5 Court Street, Kingston, ON. K7L 2N4
OR, e-transfer payment to email@example.com
*CLE programs are subsidized by the Frontenac Law Association
***Cancellation Policy: full refund one week prior to program. No refund after MP4 file / pdf has been sent to your portal.
Minimum of three registrants required for the program to be held.
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