Estate Lawyer Charles B. Ticker
Hiring an estate lawyer is a very important step when you are involved in an estate dispute Charles Ticker has been a lawyer for over 35 years and restricts his practice to estate litigation, estate administration and mediation of estate disputes.
His passion as an estate lawyer has allowed him to help clients resolve estate litigation disputes and to administer estates with assets ranging from $250,000 to $100 million. He has also appeared successfully at all levels of Ontario Courts, including the Ontario Court of Appeal. His excellent courtroom skills and vast experience have allowed him to successfully represent clients in various complicated estate disputes.
Charles was called to the Ontario bar in 1980. Prior to being called to the bar, he earned a B.Sc. (Hon) in Psychology from McGill University in 1974. He completed law school and earned his LL.B. from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1978. He has continued to update his skills to better serve his clients. In 2007 he completed mediation training at Harvard as a certified mediator. Mediation is mandatory in many kinds of estate disputes in many parts of Ontario, and his skills and understanding of the mediation process allow him to better serve his clients in the estate litigation process. Although he cannot act as an estate lawyer and estate mediator in the same dispute, his unique experience allows him to understand the strategies involved in estate litigation and mediation. If you have an estate dispute in Toronto or another area of Ontario where estate mediation is mandatory you need to consult and/or retain a Toronto estate lawyer.
Charles Ticker possesses an unique combination of skills as an estate lawyer and mediator that allow him to help clients resolve any kind of problem they may have with an estate. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners, and the Canadian and Ontario Bar Associations. He is often invited to speak about estate law and has published a newsletter on estate law, called TickerTalk.
Additionally, Charles Ticker has co-chaired the Advising the Elderly Client Conference since 2011. This conference is organized by the professional development department at Osgoode Hall Law School. The goal of this conference is to provide estate lawyers an updated understanding of changes to the law that impact the elderly.
He will be co-chairing the same conference in November of 2015.
On his free time, Charles Ticker volunteers for charities and plays keyboards with his garage band “The Faded Genes.” He is also presently writing a book on estate litigation. Charles has a blog on estate disputes named “The Sibling Fight” and actively publishes on social media. You can visit his profile page on LawyerShop.ca, or you can follow him on Twitter or LinkedIn. Charles was also recently awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal, honouring significant contributions and achievements by Canadians Read more. He is also highly rated by other estate lawyers as indicated by various peer reviews.
Charles understands that seeking out legal advise can be a stressful experience for anyone involved in an estate dispute. Hiring an experienced estate lawyer is very important as estate law is a complicated area where knowledge of the law is of paramount importance.
We are highly experienced in all areas of estate litigation, yet we continually attend seminars and workshops on estate law in order to improve our skills and knowledge of the law. We can assist you with many estate litigation issues, including: estate litigation, contesting a will, dependant support claims, estate administration, guardianship disputes, legal costs, losses caused to the estate, outdated estate plans, mediation process, passing of accounts, power of attorney litigation, removing an executor, substitute decision maker disputes, will interpretation, estate mediation, mediation process, family conference, and common questions on estate law. When contesting a will, there are many legal issues which require the assistance of an estate lawyer, specifically: improper execution, lack of knowledge, lack of testamentary capacity, late life marriages, undue influence, and unequal treatment of beneficiaries. If you believe your dependant support claim has issues related to moral obligations to provide support, you should contact an estate lawyer for a consultation.
Charles will discuss your case with your in plain language and give you practical and cost-efficient advice. You can read what clients have to say about Charles by reviewing the testimonials section of this website.
Charles B. Ticker Law Office has helped clients with may kinds of estate litigation disputes. To schedule an appointment with an estate lawyer, call Charles Ticker at: 1-866-677-7746. The information on this website is not legal advice. It is for informative purposes only.
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