Joshua Eisen is now in his fourth year of practice dedicated solely to estate, trust, and guardianship litigation issues.  He articled with one of Canada’s premiere estate litigation law firms and practiced there for three years before joining Eisen Law in the summer of 2016.

Josh has extensive experience in legal research and writing.  He has blogged extensively on estate litigation issues and assisted the learned authors of the celebrated text Probate Practice in preparing the new 5th edition of that work.  Previous editions have been relied upon by Courts at all levels, including the Supreme Court of Canada.

Josh excels in explaining complex legal issues in clear, simple terms that make sense to Courts and to clients.  This makes Josh effective at helping clients to navigate their way through complicated problems to sensible solutions.

jeisen@eisenlaw.ca TEL: 416-204-1244 FAX: 416-591-9998

Education

Osgoode Hall Law School, J.D., 2012
University of Guelph, H.B.Sc., 2007

Memberships and Affiliations

  • Law Society of Ontario, called to the bar in 2013
  • Ontario Bar Association
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Toronto Lawyers’ Association

Eisen Law provides the experience, expertise and compassion needed to navigate through a difficult journey.

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Holly LeValliant Speaks at Ontario Bar Association Presentation on Essential Evidence for Estate Litigators

Our partner Holly LeValliant was featured as a speaker at the Ontario Bar Association’s Essential Evidence for Litigators event on April 5.  The event was an opportunity for lawyers working in estate law to hear experts in the field speak about a variety of different issues. Holly’s presentation related to the admissibility of business records … Continued

Holly LeValliant Featured in the Latest Issue of Law Times

Our partner Holly LeValliant was interviewed in a recent issue of Law Times about a new court decision regarding the division of pre-retirement death benefits in Ontario. In its decision, the court ruled in favour of a disabled daughter receiving a split of her deceased father’s pre-retirement death benefit (which would have otherwise been payable … Continued

Estate Administration Tax: A Taxing Dilemma

It is no surprise that a large proportion of the estate litigation files that we see result from someone who is now incapable or deceased and who waited too long to plan his or her estate, leaving their relatives to deal with the aftermath.  What may be less obvious, however, is that a lot of … Continued

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