Join us for an in-depth look at pensions law in the context of family law matters. Work through family law case files, where both parties have pensions, to develop strategies for addressing pension issues in matters involving the division of family property.
Edmonton/Livestream Date: May 11, 2022
Calgary Date: May 18, 2022
Time: 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Price: $395 + GST
Our presenter for this program, Rita M. Richardson, provides other lawyers and their clients with litigation and mediation support when dealing with family law matters, such as pre-marital or cohabitation agreements, separation and divorce, parenting arrangements, and child and spousal support matters. She was called to the Alberta Bar in 1990 and the Manitoba Bar in 1991. Rita obtained a Certificate in Pension Law from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2013. She is regularly called in as a subject-matter specialist in Pensions and Benefits in Collaborative Family Law matters.
Rita was also chair of LESA’s “The Winds Of Change: Developments In Pension Law” this past January. The content of Pensions in Family Law Clinic builds on that content and further explores pension law in the context of family law. In case you missed the live broadcast of “The Winds Of Change: Developments In Pension Law”, you may be interested in our on-demand recordings. Catch up at your convenience on topics relating to recent legislative changes, common pension plans in Alberta and how pension plans typically operate, pensions on death and marriage breakdown, valuations of pensions, and pension law in practice (case scenarios). To purchase and access these recordings, please click here.