Called to the bars of Ontario and British Columbia, Halldor has been practicing law since 1991. Halldor’s experience includes estate planning, the preparation of wills, trusts, representation agreements, powers of attorney, and probate applications. He has appeared in BC Supreme Court as counsel on Wills Variation Act applications, challenges to trustees, and committeeship applications, and as an expert witness on disability trusts. Halldor’s interest in estate planning for families with disabled relatives is illustrated by his regular estate planning workshops at Plan Institute. He has written numerous articles on estate planning, including the disability-related estate planning materials in the BC Professional Legal Training Course. He regularly lectures on disability issues at the University of BC, University of Winnipeg, Langara College, and the West Coast School of Massage.