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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Partner Holly LeValliant Speaks on in terrorem Clauses at LSO Estate Law Event

Our partner Holly LeValliant gave a talk on in terrorem clauses at the Six Minute Estate Lawyer event held by the Law Society on April 29th. In plain English, in terrorem clauses are stipulations in Wills that make bequests conditional upon the recipient not taking certain actions. They are most often used to prevent beneficiaries from challenging … Continued

What Happens When A Non-Band Member Inherits Land On A First Nations Reserve?

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Beware of the Font Fraudster!

Beware of the Font Fraudster! He/she is lurking around every corner, or, more fittingly, around ever matter. In McGoey (RE), a commercial litigation matter, a bankrupt telecom executive attempted to shield two properties from creditors by asserting that they were held in trust for his children. There were even trust documents purporting same! The documents … Continued

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