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Contesting a Will in British Columbia (Webinar)


Is a will truly the final word? At People’s Law School, we get a lot of questions about challenging wills. It might be about a will’s validity, a concern about undue influence, a family member feeling unfairly treated, or someone fearing they will be left out.

Curious to learn more? We’re hosting a free 60-minute webinar with two BC lawyers that know wills. Amy Mortimore and Zachary Rogers can answer common questions about contesting a will in BC — who can do it, how it’s done, and other options beyond “going to court.” Don’t miss it.

Amy Mortimore is the co-Chair of Clark Wilson LLP's estate and trust practice group, and Zachary Rogers maintains both a litigation practice and a solicitor’s practice at the firm, exclusively in the areas of wills, trusts & estates, and elder law.

This webinar was held on October 27, 2020.

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