LexisNexis® Quicklaw® Family & Estates Essentials
 

Take the risk out of family and estates research with the right-sized product.

LexisNexis® Quicklaw® Family & Estates Essentials puts tailored primary and secondary content at your fingertips — delivered by the most powerful online legal search engine in Canada.

  • Practice-specific materials — Subscribe exclusively to family & estates law sources, with no need to pay for content you’ll never use.
  • Comprehensive, current information — Give your clients the same knowledge advantage as larger law firms.
  • Timesaving search tools — Refine and narrow your search to find what you need quickly.
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LexisNexis Quicklaw Family & Estates Essentials gives you access to everything you need to protect your clients’ rights, needs and interests — all in one place.

  • Canada’s most extensive collection of full-text court and tribunal decisions dating back to the 1800s, including Canada Family Law Digest, Camada Wills, Estates & Trusts Law Digest, and Canadian Case Summaries (CCS). 
  • A rich collection of commentary and legal analysis fromexperts such as Barbara Landau, Lorne Wolfson and Niki Landau.
  • Reliable and comprehensive legislative collections for all pertinent Canadian jurisdictions.
  • Exclusive current awareness sources for the latest family and estates law news and developments.
  • Extensive forms and precedents including particular will clauses and 19 complete wills covering virtually all likely scenarios, along with checklists, drafting tips, and context-focused commentary by prominent author Margaret Rintoul.

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  • QuickCITE® Case Citator — Validate the authority of your case with over 1 million unique cases and over 2.8 million individual treatment relationships.
  • QuickCITE® Legislation Citator — Validate and research legislation in minutes; includes judicial consideration of Canadian constitutional documents and the most current revision of statutes, regulations and rules in every jurisdiction.
  • Canadian Legal Words & Phrases, now including Commonwealth and Latin terms, to broaden your research scope.
  • Practice-specific materials — Subscribe exclusively to family & estates law sources, with no need to pay for content you’ll never use.
  • Comprehensive, current information — Give your clients the same knowledge advantage as larger law firms.
  • Timesaving search tools — Refine and narrow your search to find what you need quickly.

    LexisNexis® Quicklaw® Family & Estates Essentials puts tailored primary and secondary content at your fingertips — delivered by the most powerful online legal search engine in Canada.

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In a sole practice or small law firm, pressure to use your time wisely is greater than ever. Research must produce results immediately. You can’t afford to spend time on content that’s unrelated, incomplete or out of date.

ONLY LexisNexis Quicklaw Family & Estates Essentials caters to the research needs of sole practitioners and small firms.

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Your subscription to LexisNexis Quicklaw Family & Estates Essentials includes:

Exclusive Case Digests

  • Canada Family Law Digest
  • Canada Wills, Estates & Trusts Law Digest
  • Canadian Case Summaries (CCS)

Halsbury’s® Laws of Canada

  • Halsbury’s® Laws of Canada – Contracts (Swan and Adamski)
  • Halsbury’s® Laws of Canada – Gifts (Morin)
  • Halsbury’s® Laws of Canada – Income Tax (General) (Krishna)
  • Halsbury’s® Laws of Canada – Infants and Children (Wilson)
  • Halsbury’s® Laws of Canada – Wills and Estates (MacKenzie)
  • Halsbury’s® Laws of Canada – Family (Lenkinski)

Essential Quantum Digests

  • Canada Spousal Support Quantums
  • Canada Child Support Quantums
  • Canada Dependants’ Relief Quantums
  • Canada Matrimonial Property Quantums

Exclusive Secondary Content

  • LexisNexis® Supreme Court of Canada NetLetter
  • Syrtash Family Law NetLetter
  • LexisNexis® Family Law (Atlantic Canada) NetLetter
  • LexisNexis® Family Law (Ontario) NetLetter
  • LexisNexis® Family Law (Western Canada) NetLetter
  • LexisNexis® Youth Protection NetLetter
  • LexisNexis® Wills, Estates and Trusts Law NetLetter
  • Bulletin LexisNexis® Droit de la famille
  • Bulletin LexisNexis® Droit des successions

Texts and Treatises

  • Canadian Contract Law (Swan)
  • Family Mediation and Collaborative PracticeHandbook (Landau, Wolfson and Landau)
  • Castel & Walker – Canadian Conflict of Laws (Walker)
  • Sopinka, Lederman & Bryant – The Law of Evidence in Canada (Bryant, Lederman and Fuerst)
  • Ontario Family Law Practice (Steinberg, Perkins, Lenkinskiand James)
  • Wilson on Children and the Law (Wilson)
  • Drafting Trusts & Will Trusts in Canada (Kesslerand Hunter)
  • Feeney’s Canadian Law of Wills (MacKenzie)
  • British Columbia Family Law Practice (Huddartand Brown)

Forms & Precedents

  • Wills and Estates – Canadian Forms & Precedents (Rintoul)
  • British Columbia Family Forms – Canadian Forms& Precedents (Irvine)

Search Tools

  • Canadian Legal Words & Phrases
  • QuickCITE® Case Citator
  • QuickCITE® Legislation Citator

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