October 1, 2024

Update on “Joint Family Ventures”

October 1, 2024 at 12:00PM (ET) on ZOOM

Update on “Joint Family Ventures”

October 1, 2024
at 12:00PM (ET) on ZOOM
This program is eligible for CPD hours required of Lawyers.
This program is eligible for CPD hours required of Lawyers.
Update on “Joint Family Ventures”

Overview

The framework of a joint family venture can look very different depending on the clients’ and their spouse’s specific circumstances, including the special needs, intellectual capacity, cultural community, language, gender, and socioeconomic status. This CPD aims to provide case studies of different circumstances for lawyers to consider when their clients’ joint family venture may look significantly different that what the lawyer is accustomed to, and how supporting a diverse law firm can ameliorate these blind spots and better advocate for their client.

Presenters

Partner, Wagner Sidlofsky LLP

Greg Sidlofsky

Estate Lawyer

Epstein Cole LLP

kristy

Family Law Lawyer

Sponsors

b'nai brith canada
Wagner Sidlofsky LLP
BMO Private Wealth
torken
Weir Foulds LLP
Greg Sidlofsky

Gregory Sidlofsky

Managing Partner, Wagner Sidlofsky LLP

Gregory Sidlofsky is an experienced litigation lawyer certified by the Law Society of Ontario as a Specialist in Civil Litigation. Greg aggressively and successfully advocates for his clients. He appears regularly before all levels of court in Ontario and before various administrative tribunals. Greg has also represented clients in proceedings before the Supreme Court of Canada.

Kristy Warren

Knowledge Management and Practice Support, Epstein Cole LLP

Kristy is the Knowledge Management & Practice Support lawyer at Epstein Cole LLP and practises exclusively in the area of family law.  Kristy graduated from the University of Toronto Law School and was called to the Ontario Bar in 2016.

In her role, Kristy provides guidance and support to the firm’s lawyers in their practices, and strategic input into complex and novel legal issues for trial and appeal advocacy. She is a valuable resource to the firm, facilitating efficient exchange of knowledge and lawyer development to the benefit of the firm’s clients, as the firm maintains its reputation as the leading family law firm in the country.  

Kristy is an Associate Editor of the Reports of Family Law and assists with “Franks & Zalev, This Week in Family Law”, a weekly family law newsletter published in FamilySource by WestlawNext Canada.