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Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Join me in a live webinar on November 9: "Acting as an executor without being sued"

As readers of this blog know, my office team and I try numerous ways to get estate and wills information out to people. This blog is one of them, as are podcasts, books, our monthly e-newsletter, and our previous radio show. The latest addition is a live webinar that I'll be hosting this Friday, November 9, entitled "Acting as an Executor without being sued". Everyone is invited to attend. We're really excited about this and hope to "see" many of you join us.

It will be a 60-minute presentation given by me, with a visual/slide component, live audio, and live Q and A. As we go through the presentation, you will have a chance to ask me your questions.

This presentation is suitable for members of the public who don't necessarily have legal experience or legal knowledge. It will be a practical seminar for those who are currently acting as executors, who may have to act as one in the future, or are just interested in how it all happens. I'll talk about what a will allows you to do, and what it doesn't. We'll cover the things that aren't in the will but still impose legal obligations on you. I know a number of lawyers and law students read this blog, and if you are in your first few years of estate law practice, you might find it interesting as well.

It will begin at 4:00 pm NL time, which is 2:30 pm EST on Friday, November 9. All you need is a computer.

From the names of those registered, we will randomly draw one winner of a copy of my book called "How Executors Avoid Personal Liability". If you already have that one, I'll send you a different title!

The cost is $25 per person, which can be paid online when you register. If you don't want to pay online, call Chelsea or Matthew at my office at 709-221-5511 and make other arrangements (e-transfer or credit card over the phone).

To register, click here.

All of you who have been reading my blog for ages will hear my Newfoundland accent and from now on will read my blog posts with that accent. :)

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