Toronto Trust Variation Law Firm

Statutes and case law establish strict rules regarding the transfer of property using wills, trusts and other estate planning tools. The courts often are called upon to help manage and regulate trust and estate matters.

Do you need to change the terms of a will or trust as a trustee, beneficiary or other interested party? Are you a trustee who needs to have your trust or estate administration approved? Do you need court direction on a matter arising in the administration of a trust or estate?

The Ontario lawyers at the Toronto, Ontario, law firm of O'Sullivan Estate Lawyers LLP are here to help you. We work with executors, trustees, beneficiaries and other parties regarding court applications, court approvals, passing accounts, and will and trust variations, and practice trust and estate law exclusively.

Contact the Toronto estate lawyers of O'Sullivan Estate Lawyers LLP.

We Help With Passings of Accounts, Seeking Court Approval and Helping Executors and Trustees Fulfill Duties

At O'Sullivan Estate Lawyers LLP, we help clients resolve questions and challenges regarding trust and will variations, court applications, including passing accounts, and court applications for advice and direction. For example, we can:

  • Work to help you obtain court approval regarding the interpretation of a will or changing the terms of a will or trust
  • Assist executors who need the protection of a court order concerning a matter arising in the administration of an estate or trust
  • Assist in having accounts passed in court where necessary

We can work effectively toward obtaining court approval where appropriate. Firm founder Margaret O'Sullivan is a leading Toronto estate planning lawyer, practising estate planning and probate law exclusively since 1983.

Also engaged in trust and estate work at O'Sullivan Estate Lawyers LLP is Susannah Roth. Susannah has practiced trust and estate law since being called to the bar in 2002, has spoken and written on various subject areas in trust and estate law, is a past chair of the Ontario Bar Association Trusts and Estates Executive Committee, a past member of Council of the Ontario Bar Association, and a current member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (Canada).

Emma Hamilton's practice includes estate planning, estate administration and estate dispute resolution. She was called the Alberta bar in 2016. Emma is currently completing the Diploma Program of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP).

For more information, contact our law firm today.