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Case Law Update in Wills & Estates

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30 minutes
Ian Wright
Middlesex Law Association
30 minutes
$79.00 plus tax
MLA 2020 Wills and Estates Conference
Includes Handouts

Ian delivers a case law update on two cases. In Kent v. Kent, 2020 ONCA 390, the court addresses how family law considerations affect real property being held on a resulting trust for a deceased parent. The case of Trezzi v. Trezzi, 2019 ONCA 978 addresses whether a testator can effectively bequeath corporate assets held by his company.


Ian Wright

Ian is a litigator who specializes in estate litigation, specifically disputes concerning wills, testamentary capacity, undue influence, estate accounting, guardianship orders and dependent’s relief claims. Ian is retained by estate trustees and beneficiaries, as well as attorneys under powers of attorney for property and guardians of property to provide advice and bring court proceedings to ensure the rights of individuals in estate matters are enforced and protected. Ian also speaks at educational seminars on issues which arise in estate matters and has acts as an agent for the Children’s Lawyer as well as the Public Guardian and Trustee.

A graduate of both McGill (B.A. ’85) and Dalhousie (LL.B. ’90), Ian was called to the Bar in 1992 and returned to London to practice law. A director of the Rotary Club of London, Ian has also volunteered for the United Way, Big Brothers, Community Living London and First St. Andrew’s United Church. Ian enjoys travelling, tennis, spending time with his family, and he has run several Boston Marathons.

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