Representation Agreements

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  • When: Tuesday, November 23, 2021, 8:00 PM Coordinated Universal Time
  • Length: 60 minutes
  • Where: Online, via webinar

What is a representation agreement and how do you know if you need one? What’s the difference between a representation agreement and a power of attorney? What if something happens to your health and you don’t have a representation agreement? For answers to questions like these, join us at our free webinar with lawyers Amy Mortimore and Zachary Rogers and notary public David Watts as they explain what you need to know about representation agreements and how they fit into planning for your future. 

Part of a trilogy on wills and planning for your future

This webinar is one of three we're offering this fall on putting your affairs in order.


Amy Mortimore

Amy Mortimore 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.

Zachary Rogers

Zachary Rogers is a lawyer at Clark Wilson LLP in Vancouver. He maintains both a litigation practice and a solicitor’s practice, exclusively in the areas of wills, trusts & estates, and elder law. Zachary recognizes that his clients want practical, cost-effective advice and solutions tailored to their unique needs, and he is committed to finding creative and appropriate solutions to resolve legal disputes.

David Watts

David Watts is a notary public in Vancouver. In his notary practice, he helps clients prepare wills and personal planning documents, buy and sell real estate, and notarize documents. He has been a director of the Society of Notaries Public of BC since 2011. He is a past director of People’s Law School and continues to be a speaker on wills and other topics.

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