Shael Eisen’s practice is focused on Estate and Trust litigation, including Guardianships, Power of Attorney Disputes and Mediation.  Getting the optimal results for the client with the least amount of conflict and time is Shael’s premiere goal.

Shael has significant experience, both as a mediator and in the courtroom.  Shael often works with his clients and their cases through mediation and will proceed with litigation if satisfactory results are not forthcoming.

Shael has been a guest lecturer for the past several years in the Estates course at Osgoode Hall Law School and in addition has spoken on many occasions at Continuing Legal Education courses and seminars.

“Words do not adequately express my deepest and sincere gratitude to you for your professional and compassionate efforts.” – J.B.

seisen@eisenlaw.ca TEL: 416-204-9999 FAX: 416-591-9998

Education

Law Society of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario
Called to the Bar – 1981

University of Western Ontario, Faculty of Law, London, Ontario
LL.B. – 1979

University of Toronto Bachelor of Arts program
1973 and 1974- obtained early acceptance to law school after only two years of undergraduate studies.

Publications

Co-author, Shael Eisen and Archie Rabinowicz, “Whose Privilege Is It Anyways”, paper presented at the 2015 OBA Institute – Trusts and Estates Law

Speaking Engagements

  • 2015 OBA Institute – Trusts and Estates Law, Speaker, “Whose Privilege is it Anyways”, February 4, 2015
  • Canada AM, CTV News, Commentator on issue of Living Wills & the Bentley case, August 14, 2013.

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

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Partner Holly LeValliant Speaks on in terrorem Clauses at LSO Estate Law Event

Our partner Holly LeValliant gave a talk on in terrorem clauses at the Six Minute Estate Lawyer event held by the Law Society on April 29th. In plain English, in terrorem clauses are stipulations in Wills that make bequests conditional upon the recipient not taking certain actions. They are most often used to prevent beneficiaries from challenging … Continued

What Happens When A Non-Band Member Inherits Land On A First Nations Reserve?

The family home can often be one of the most valuable items, both emotionally and financially, in an estate. Determining what will happen to a family home can be an incredibly important aspect of proper estate planning. Of course, in all areas of the law, there are always considerations that can complicate what one thinks … Continued

Beware of the Font Fraudster!

Beware of the Font Fraudster! He/she is lurking around every corner, or, more fittingly, around ever matter. In McGoey (RE), a commercial litigation matter, a bankrupt telecom executive attempted to shield two properties from creditors by asserting that they were held in trust for his children. There were even trust documents purporting same! The documents … Continued

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