The Role of the Mediator With Regard to Contesting A Will

October 12, 2011 by  
Category: Litigation Law

David A. Brooker, litigation lawyer with the Toronto firm of Steinberg, Morton, Hope & Israel LLP, explains the role of the mediator with regard to contesting a will. Generally, if you are going to contest a will, you need to start proceedings in the jurisdiction in which the deceased last resided, or if they have […]

The Importance of Acting Quickly In A Will Challenge

October 12, 2011 by  
Category: Wills

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Charles Ticker, founder of the Charles B. Ticker Law Office in York Region explains the importance of acting quickly in a will challenge. The sooner a client comes to me, the better opportunity I have to successfully make a claim on their behalf. From a practical point of view, if a client waits too long […]

The Common Reasons For Contesting A Will

January 30, 2009 by  
Category: Podcasts

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Charles Ticker discusses the common reasons why a Will would be contested. If you, or someone you care about, is dealing with estate law issues in the Markham, Ontario Region, contact Charles B. Ticker for a consultation. This podcast is taken from an interview on 28 January 2009 with Charles B. Ticker, Estate Lawyer with […]