Dealing with a Death

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  • When: Tuesday, November 14, 2023 at 8:00 PM Coordinated Universal Time
  • Length: 60 minutes
  • Where: Online, via webinar

Do you need help dealing with the death of someone close to you? You may have questions about what you can do to prepare, how to navigate logistics like arranging for a funeral, and what other steps need to be attended to, all the while managing the complex emotions that surround death. We’re pleased to welcome lawyers Amy Mortimore KC and Allison Sharkey and registered clinical counsellor Allie Huggins, who will answer common questions about dealing with the death of a loved one. If you or someone you know would benefit from this discussion, please join us on Tuesday, November 14, 2023 at noon PT.


Amy Mortimore, KC

Amy Mortimore, KC is a lawyer at Clark Wilson LLP in Vancouver. She is the co-chair of her firm’s estate and trust practice group. Her practice includes all types of estate and trust litigation, including wills variation claims, incapacity and undue influence claims, applications to approve a document as a will even where it was not properly witnessed, and applications for rectification. Amy is very committed to legal education and regularly presents to lawyers and other professionals on estate and trust topics.

Allison Sharkey

Allison Sharkey is a lawyer at Clark Wilson LLP in Vancouver. She's a solicitor in the areas of estates and trusts. Allison supports her clients as they work through the estate planning and administration process. She helps alleviate her clients’ burdens of dealing with end-of-life issues, giving them peace of mind knowing that their legal affairs will be taken care of.

Alison Huggins

Alison (Allie) Huggins is a registered clinical counsellor providing services online and in-person in Kelowna, BC. Alison has expertise in anxiety, depression, grief and loss, trauma, and life transitions.

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