de VRIES LITIGATION LLP is pleased to announce that Diane Vieira is now a partner at our firm. Diane continues her estate litigation practice which includes will challenges, power of attorney proceedings, and passing of accounts applications. Congratulations Diane!
On May 15, 2018, Justin will be leading a workshop at the Costs Submissions Advocacy program presented by the Advocates’ Society. To sign up for the program, click here.
On May 3, 2018, Justin will be presenting on his topic “Estates – Privilege and the Duty of Confidentiality” at the Six-Minute Estate Lawyer conference. To view the program agenda or to sign up, click here.
On April 26, 2018, Justin will be presenting as a guest speaker at the Estate Planning Council of Halton (EPCOH). He will discuss noteworthy and recent estate and trust cases. For more information about EPCOH, please visit their website here.
de VRIES LITIGATION LLP is a proud sponsor of Young Women in Law’s 8th Annual Charity Gala. Young Women in Law is a not for profit organization for women lawyers in their early stages of practice. Anna Alizadeh of our office is a board member of this organization. The Gala will take place on Wednesday,…read more
de VRIES LITIGATION LLP is pleased to welcome Ronald Neal as a student-at-law. Ronald studied law at Osgoode Hall and participated in the LPP program at Ryerson University. Ronald anticipates being called to the bar in June 2018 after completing his work placement with the firm. Ronald brings with him strong research, writing, and advocacy skills…read more
Justin will co-chair the upcoming January 15, 2018 program, “Estate Accounting 2018”. Diane will be presenting on digital assets in a passing of accounts application. The program will discuss various estate accounting issues and questions. To sign up for the program or for more information, please click here.
de VRIES LITIGATION LLP congratulates Diane Vieira for receiving the Osgoode Certificate in Elder Law from Osgoode Hall Law School. Diane is looking forward to continuing to advocate elder law issues.
In the October 23, 2017 issue of Law Times, Justin de Vries and Rebecca Studin discussed the recent decision in Seepa v. Seepa and the minimal evidentiary standard required to obtain an order for directions in a will challenge. Read the full article here.
On October 23, 2017, Jacob Kaufman was quoted in the Law Times article, “Indian Act ‘paternalistic’ on will-making”. Jacob discusses estate issues impacting Indigenous Canadians subject to the Indian Act. To read the full article, click here.