Sandi Dwarka has been a law clerk with Shael Eisen since 2007. She has over 9 years of experience in the Estates area, with a focus on Estates Litigation. Sandi has extensive experience with preparing Probate Applications, Estate Administration and Passing of Accounts Applications, as well as the other functions of a litigation clerk, such as drafting and working with clients.

Sandi works directly with clients and assists in the administration of Trusts and Estates, in both litigious and non-litigious matters.

In addition to her extensive law clerk functions, Sandi is responsible for the management of the office.

sandi@eisenlaw.ca TEL: 416-591-9997 FAX: 416-591-9998

Education

The Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario
Estate Law – 2013

The Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario
Law Clerks Certificate – 2007

Herzing College, Winnipeg Manitoba
Legal Assistant Diploma – 1996

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NFL Owner’s Trust Disputed

When disputes over trusts arise, they can leave those involved with a mix of stressful emotions and decisions to make. Family dynamics can also be difficult to manage, and with the combination of emotions, as well as money and estate protection, it’s important to have solid legal advice when navigating such disputes. It’s often easy … Continued

COVID-19 Notice from Eisen Law

Please be advised that in an effort to protect our staff, clients and the general public, our lawyers and staff have begun to work remotely from home, to limit the spread of this virus. We remain operational and we will do our best to ensure that your matter is managed in the best possible manner. … Continued

The Doctrine of Unconscionable Procurement – Back From the Dead?

After 100 years – a century – the buried doctrine of unconscionable procurement has been resurrected. Born in England during the 1800’s, the equitable doctrine was used to challenge and undo inter-vivos or lifetime gifts. Moreover, when significant transfers of wealth were made during one’s lifetime, and the following two requirements were met, the law … Continued

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