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This is an online event delivered via webinar. 


About the Presenter

Colleen Selby has a civil litigation practice that focuses on disputes involving contentious wills, trusts, estate administration, adult guardianship and elder law issues, as well as the insurance defence of lawyers in this and other practice areas. She has appeared before all levels of court in British Columbia. In addition to her civil litigation practice Colleen is active in the dispute resolution field and is a Mediate BC Roster Mediator (Civil).



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What Do Mediators Need to Know About Wills, Estates and Succession Act (WESA)? 

With Colleen Selby, Lawyer and Mediator

On March 31, 2014 the new Wills, Estates and Succession Act came into force and replaced several pieces of legislation and updates one of the most dated areas of BC law, the law of succession. 

Learn five ways that the new Wills, Estates and Succession Act changes the law of succession in BC and join the dialogue on how mediators can help parties navigate uncertainty to arrive at lasting solutions:

  • Red flags for the mediator
  • Effective tips & tools
  • Mediation process
  • Mediation style
  • Mediator selection

Video recording of this webinar is now available. Click below to register and receive a two week access to view the video.


  • General: $25 + tax
  • Mediate BC Roster Mediators: $20 + tax

The recorded version of this webinar counts for 1.5 hours toward Mediate BC's ongoing training requirements. 

Technical Information

  • Please ensure your computer speakers are working properly as audio will be delivered over the computer
  • Headphones/earphones are recommended for the best sound quality

Refund & Cancellation Policy

Mediate BC is unable to refund registration fees. Substitutes are always welcome. Registration will remain pending until full payment is received. Refunds of any type will be made in the form of a cheque, regardless of the method of initial payment, from Mediate BC Society and sent by post to the mailing address provided on the registration form. Mediate BC reserves the right to cancel or reschedule events, refuse admission, or change speakers, location, or content. Unless Mediate BC specifically states a course has been pre-approved for the Law Society of BC or Mediate BC Roster CPD, registrants should ensure that it meets their PD requirements. It is also the responsibility of registrants to make sure the course they register for counts toward the accreditation pursued.