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The Role of the mediator in the estate fight
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The Role of the mediator in the estate fight

Howard Black, Kimberly Whaley, Sharon Shore, Charles Ticker, Caroline Abela and Raquel Goldberg are featured in this week’s Canadian Jewish Newspaper piece about the upcoming B’nai Brith seminar on May 30, 2018.

A mock mediation will take place. The attendees will have the opportunity to see how a professional mediator deals with a family in crisis. The exercise will expose attendees to complicated estate and tax issues arising in a mediation and will be instructive for lawyers on how to prepare for same.

If you are interested in reading The Role of Mediation in the Estate Fight piece, you can download it here.

Charles Wagner

The author of this blog is Charles B. Wagner. Charles is a Certified Specialist in Estates and Trusts and partner at Wagner Sidlofsky LLP.

This Toronto office is a boutique litigation law firm whose practice is focused on estate and commercial litigation.

This blog is not intended to serve as a comprehensive treatment of the topic. It is not meant to be legal advice. Every case turns on its specific facts and it would be a mistake for the reader of this blog to conclude how it might impact on the reader’s case. Nothing replaces retaining a qualified, competent lawyer, well versed in this niche area of practice and getting some good legal advice.

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