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Contesting a Will in British Columbia
Is a will truly the final word? At People’s Law School, we get a lot of questions about challenging wills. It might be about a will’s validity, a concern about undue influence, a family member feeling unfairly treated, or someone fearing they will be left out.

Curious to learn more? We’re hosting a free 60-minute webinar with two BC lawyers that know wills. Amy Mortimore and Zachary Rogers can answer common questions about contesting a will in BC — who can do it, how it’s done, and other options beyond “going to court.” Don’t miss it.

Oct 27, 2020 12:00 PM in Vancouver

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Amy Mortimore
Lawyer @Clark Wilson LLP
Amy Mortimore is a lawyer at Clark Wilson LLP in Vancouver. She is the co-Chair of her firm’s estate and trust practice group. Her practice includes all types of estate and trust litigation, including wills variation claims, incapacity and undue influence claims, applications to approve a document as a will even where it was not properly witnessed, and applications for rectification.
Zachary Rogers
Lawyer @Clark Wilson LLP
Zachary Rogers is a lawyer at Clark Wilson LLP in Vancouver and maintains both a litigation practice and a solicitor’s practice, exclusively in the areas of wills, trusts & estates, and elder law.
Paula Price
Legal Specialist—Digital Education @People's Law School
Moderator Paula Price is a lawyer who creates and delivers digital programming for public legal education with People's Law School.