At Connolly Law, Megan Connolly represents clients throughout the Greater Toronto area who need help with complex estate planning, estate administration, or estate and capacity disputes. Her focus is on identifying and implementing creative solutions to complex problems.
Our estate, trust and capacity law practice includes the following areas:
If you need assistance in drafting a will or trust, administering an estate, or resolving an estate or capacity dispute through litigation or alternative dispute resolution, please contact us at 1-877-336-6569.
Ontario Wills and Trusts Law Firm
At Connolly Law, we have experience representing various clients, including:
- Individual trustees
- Individual beneficiaries
- Trust companies
- Charitable organizations
- Government agencies
Estates, trusts, and capacity law are our sole focus at Connolly Law, not part of a larger practice. Megan Connolly established her law firm after working at Hull & Hull LLP, a Toronto-based estates and trusts litigation firm, and the Office of The Public Guardian and Trustee (a division of the Ministry of the Attorney General in Ontario).
When disputes arise, you need an experienced Toronto estate litigation law firm at your side. Cases involving a disagreement over a will, trust or an individual's mental capacity are complicated both legally and emotionally. Where possible, it is preferable to come to an out-of-court resolution — both for financial and emotional reasons.
Unfortunately, there are also times when a resolution cannot be found through negotiation. Megan Connolly — the founder of our law firm — prides herself not only on finding creative solutions, but also on a willingness to litigate if it is in your best interests.
Contact an Experienced Ontario Wills and Trusts Estate Planning Lawyer
There is never a bad time to plan your estate. In situations where you have been named an executor or trustee of an estate, it is always prudent to obtain legal advice about your rights and obligations prior to acting. If you are in an estate or capacity dispute, obtain legal advice before taking further steps. Be proactive and take action with a telephone call to our firm. For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer, please contact us.