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Non-Resident Related Assets Panel: Different Implications; Alter Ego Trust Transfers; Authentication of Documents

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Professionalism (Ethics, etc.): 0.25
15 minutes
Substantive: 0.75
45 minutes
Douglas Buchmayer
Sébastien Desmarais
Erin McNamara
Kathleen Robichaud
County of Carleton Law Association (CCLA)
1 hour
$119.00 plus tax
Includes Handouts

In this program Sebastien Desmarais, and Erin McNamara present Non-Resident Related Assets Panel – Different Implications; Douglas Buchmayer presents Alter Ego Trust Transfers; Lastly, Kathleen Robichaud presents Authentication of Documents


Douglas Buchmayer Planning Committee Member

Douglas Buchmayer is a partner in the Ottawa office of Gowling WLG, whose practice concentrates primarily in the areas of estate planning, estate litigation and estate administration. Douglas has chaired and spoken at various continuing legal education seminars over the years and has appeared on radio and television to discuss estate planning issues. A past Bar Admission Course instructor at the Law Society of Upper Canada for the Estate Practice section and current Solicitor Examination Tutor, Douglas has also lectured in the area of estate administration at the University of Ottawa for law clerks and lectured at the Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa, in trust law. Douglas is the general counsel for the Nunavut Trust, a past president of the Ottawa Estate Planning Council, and is a member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (S.T.E.P.). Douglas is a member of the East Region Solicitors Conference Planning Committee.

Sébastien Desmarais

Erin McNamara

As the Principal of McNamara Law, Erin McNamara provides customized mobile estate planning and trust services to clients in the Ottawa and surrounding area, and the GTA. She also regularly delivers educational seminars on a variety of estate-related topics to various professional groups, clients, non-profits, and the general public. In addition, Erin teaches Wills and the Law of Succession at University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section.

Kathleen Robichaud Sole Practitioner & Planning Committee Co-Chair

Kathleen Robichaud is a sole practitioner practicing in Manotick, Ontario. She has a business degree from the University of Ottawa obtained in 1994. She earned her law degree at Queens University, graduating in 1997. She articled at Perley-Robertson Hill & McDougall in Ottawa. She was called to the Ontario bar in 1999 and is a Lawyer member of the Law Society of Upper Canada. Shortly after articling, Kathleen moved to Toronto and practiced there until returning to the Ottawa area and settling in Manotick in July of 2010. She has worked primarily as a sole practitioner throughout her years of practice. Kathleen is a member of the County of Carleton Law Association. She is co-chair of the organizing Committee for the East Region Solicitors Conference. She is also Past-Chair of the Sole, Small and General Practice Section of the Ontario Bar Association (OBA) and Past-Chair of the Pro Bono Sub Committee of the OBA. She is the Vice-Chair for the for the Solo, Small Firm and General Practice forum of the Canadian Bar Association (CBA) and an East Region Representative of Council for the OBA. Kathleen has been a member of the Discipline Committee of the Professional Engineers of Ontario since 2013 and presides over professional conduct hearings as part of panel of adjudicators. Kathleen’s practice includes Corporate Law, Real Estate including development work and Wills and Estates.

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