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Compensation and Duties of Estate Trustees, Guardians and Attorneys
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Contributing Editor: Edward Olkovich

This unique and valuable looseleaf service is divided into four easy-to-understand parts: Compensation for Estate Trustees; Duties of Estate Trustees; Estate Litigation; and Duties of Guardians and Attorneys, giving you a solid understanding of the issues and answers. Gain an in-depth review and analysis of:

  • The law as it pertains to the duties, powers and liabilities of guardians and attorneys under the Ontario Substitute Decisions Act, 1992
  • The duties of estate trustees under the Ontario Trustee Act

Benefit from practical information on:

  • How the Substitute Decisions Act, 1992, affects compensation for attorneys and guardians
  • When payments to third parties are allowed
  • How and when to modify percentage guidelines
  • When special fees may be claimed
  • How to respond when compensation is challenged
  • When passing of accounts is necessary

This resource is complete with sample accounts, as well as precedents and analysis that help you to gain a quick, yet in-depth grasp of the law.

À propos de l'auteur
Jennifer J. Jenkins graduated from the faculty of law at the University of Western Ontario in 1981. Since her admission to the Ontario Bar she has been in private practice, and, since 1985 she has specialized in wills, trusts, estate administration and estate litigation. This has included preparing estate accounts in court format and passing of accounts, both contested and uncontested. Ms. Jenkins is a member of the Canadian Bar Association – Ontario, Trusts and Estates Section. She has taught estate planning and administration at the Bar Admission Course of the Law Society of Upper Canada. She has also been a guest lecturer for the Canadian Bar Association and for the Law Society of Upper Canada Continuing Legal Education Program and she has been a guest speaker at community groups on the topics of wills and estates.
The Late H. Mark Scott held an honours degree from the University of Waterloo and graduated from the Faculty of Law at the University of Western Ontario in 1981. He was called to the Ontario Bar in 1983. Mr. Scott was an associate with the law firm of Jenkins and Newman in Whitby, Ontario.
Edward F. Olkovich is a Certified Specialist in estates and trusts law. He has practiced estate planning, administration and litigation at his Toronto law firm since 1978. Ed has been an instructor on estates planning and administration at the Bar Administration Course of the Law Society of Upper Canada and is a frequent speaker in this area of law for both public and professional audiences.