Vexatious litigation generally involves legal proceedings brought solely to harass or oppress the opposing party. Vexatious litigation may range from a first-time, frivolous lawsuit to repetitive, meritless applications brought within an otherwise proper lawsuit. In a nutshell, vexatious litigation … [Read more...]
About Trevor Todd
Trevor Todd restricts his practice to estate litigation and has practised law for 38 years. He is a past President of the Trial Lawyers Association of BC, a past chair of the Wills and Trusts (Vancouver) Subsection, and a past president of the New Westminster Bar Association. He frequently lectures to CLE, TLABC, the BC Notaries, and various law, business, or general public sessions on estate law issues. Disinherited.com is 17 years old. It has hundreds of blogs and articles and currently over 5600 visitors per month on average.