Undue influence and testamentary fraud: both sides of the coin

Our partner, Richard Wolsfold, and associate, Tara Vasdani, recently discussed the difficulties in making a case of undue influence to invalidate a will.  Read the full Lawyer’s Weekly article here. At Mills & Mills LLP, our lawyers have been advising clients on a wide range of wills, estates and trusts matters and related litigation for over 130 years. We have earned a…

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Mediation plus arbitration a one two punch

Family law practitioners in Toronto have long embraced the mediation/arbitration process as a preferred method of resolving family law disputes. Med/Arb provides a timely resolution to difficult disputes before a knowledgeable third party. With the increasing delays in our court system, and the ever-present uncertainty of result, it may well be time for civil practitioners…

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Early mediation requirements buried under backlog

On Nov. 29, the Court of Appeal for Ontario confirmed that injured parties with disputes concerning statutory accident benefits (SABs) need not wait in a year-long backlog for mediation at the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) before proceeding to court or arbitration to resolve their disputes. While the decision in Corniev. Security National Co.…

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