Sarah Dykema in STEP Inside: Sibling Strife in Applications to Remove Attorneys & Personal Representatives
June 5, 2015
By Sarah Anderson Dykema, CIPP/C, Lawyer at McInnes Cooper
Our lawyers believe it’s important to participate in our clients’ industry organizations. McInnes Cooper lawyer Sarah Dykema, TEP is a member of STEP Canada, the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (Canada). In her recent article, Sibling Strife in Applications to Remove Attorneys and Personal Representatives, Sarah examines the test the NS Supreme Court applied in applications to remove a personal representative or attorney for cause in two recent court decisions: Willisko v. Pottie Estate, 2014 NSSC 389 and Vernon v. Sutcliffe, 2014 NSSC 376.
Read Sarah’s article, Sibling Strife in Applications to Remove Attorneys and Personal Representatives, as published by STEP Inside May 2015 Issue, Volume 14, No. 2.
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