Please be advised that in an effort to protect our staff, clients and the general public, our lawyers and staff have begun to work remotely from home, to limit the spread of this virus. We remain operational and we will do our best to ensure that your matter is managed in the best possible manner. … Continued
Toronto Estate Lawyers focused exclusively on Estate Litigation, Trusts, Guardianship, and Elder Law
Dealing with power of attorney issues, will challenges, guardianship and capacity matters, trust disputes, and elder law issues can be among the most stressful and overwhelming periods in someone’s life.
At Eisen Law, our team of experienced estate litigation lawyers can provide you with the necessary advice and guidance to help you plan ahead in your personal affairs or navigate tough and emotional legal situations. Let our compassionate, knowledgeable, and understanding legal professionals assist you in making decisions and protecting your rights in a cost-effective, timely, and amicable fashion.
Top Reasons to Hire Eisen Law:
Experienced & Knowledgeable Lawyers
Our boutique firm is devoted exclusively to estate litigation, trusts, guardianship, and elder law matters. Together, our lawyers have decades of experience representing clients in a wide variety of these specialized and complex legal issues. We regularly take on challenging files that other firms do not, and are one of a few firms in Ontario offering clients assistance with filing solicitor negligence claims. Our lawyers are recognized as leading practitioners and have taught upper year courses at Osgoode Hall Law School. We have significant courtroom experience and regularly appear at all levels of court, including Superior Court, Divisional Court, and the Ontario Court of Appeal.
Our goal at Eisen Law is to provide optimal results for our clients with the least amount of conflict. We are well known and respected for resolving complicated matters and saving our clients money and time. Our main priority is to pursue your rights and interests without having to resort to costly and stressful litigation. However, all of our lawyers have extensive trial experience and, where needed, will assertively represent you at hearings and ensure your interests are protected.
Compassionate & Empathetic Advice
We know that estate, trust, guardianship, and elder law issues are emotional, and can be distressing and confusing. We work to provide the necessary clarity and guidance for you to understand your options and make fully-informed decisions. We offer our services on a one-time basis and can help you with discrete issues (if appropriate), or we can assist you with more complicated matters and provide ongoing advice.
We offer free initial consultations and we will do our best to ensure you can easily access the assistance you need.
For advice and guidance on Estate Litigation matters contact Eisen Law
Contact the estate litigation lawyers at Eisen Law in Toronto to learn how our knowledgeable lawyers will provide you with the peace of mind that comes with knowing the best possible resolution of your estate, trust, guardianship, or elder law matter was reached. Call us at 416-591-9997 for a free initial consultation or contact us online.
Estates & Trusts
Advocating for Both Estate Trustees and Beneficiaries in Estates
Providing the Management of Care for Those Who Can’t Care for Themselves
Powers of Attorney
Ensuring Proper Care and Governance for Your Loved Ones
Navigating you through all your options, legal rights and obligations
Probate & Estate Administration
Assisting with carrying out duties for executors
Mediation Can Dramatically Reduce Time, Cost, and Stress
Eisen Law provides the experience, expertise and compassion needed to navigate through a difficult journey.
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After 100 years – a century – the buried doctrine of unconscionable procurement has been resurrected. Born in England during the 1800’s, the equitable doctrine was used to challenge and undo inter-vivos or lifetime gifts. Moreover, when significant transfers of wealth were made during one’s lifetime, and the following two requirements were met, the law … Continued
One of the biggest reasons people undertake estate planning exercises is to provide for their family and loved ones in the event of their death, while also trying to ensure that the estate assets are protected to the furthest extent possible in order to keep as much money inside the estate as possible. This often … Continued