The Aboriginal Law and Wills, Esates & Trusts Sections are holding an information session on Estate Planning for Indigenous Nova Scotians with guest speaker Mallory Arnott from MacIntosh, MacDonnell & MacDonald in New Glasgow.

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2014 marked the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War. Remarkably, law students from our province suspended their studies to partake in the war effort but were either killed or gave up their prospective legal careers as a result.

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While many residential real estate closings go as planned, there are some problems that can delay or even thwart a closing. From last-minute financing troubles to disagreements about the fine print, these deal-busters present significant risks for buyers and sellers, and for their lawyers.

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Learn how to use checklists to improve efficiencies and reduce claims in your wills practice! Drafting wills may seem straightforward, but have you mastered the basic steps from client intake to file closing? Attend this information-packed presentation with leading estates lawyer Jordan Atin and get step-by-step guidance for handling key stages of a will drafting engagement.

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