Hull on Estates #607 – Capacity to Instruct Counsel and the Appointment of a Litigation Guardian

February 23, 2021 76admin Hull on Estate and Succession Planning, Hull on Estate and Succession Planning, Hull on Estates, Litigation Tags: , , 0 Comments

This week on Hull on Estates, Paul Trudelle and Arielle Di Iulio discuss the test for capacity to instruct counsel and the appointment of litigation guardians in the recent decision of Susan Eng v. Elizabeth Eng2021 ONSC 464.

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