Scarborough Estate Administration Law Firm With Over 50 Years of Experience
A trustee must keep accurate and up-to-date accounts of the assets in an estate or trust. Sufficient records should be kept so that a passing of accounts can be prepared upon request.
Based in Toronto and Oakville, Ontario, the estate and trust accounting lawyers of Hull & Hull LLP have been representing trustees and executors since 1957. Our law firm is proud to be a recognized leader in the field of lawyers who practice estate and trust law.
We have the knowledge, resources and experience to make certain fiduciaries are upholding their responsibility to keep accurate records of the assets.
At Hull & Hull LLP, we understand that the Canadian laws governing trustees, executors and powers of attorneys can be convoluted and vague, and that without legal guidance, fiduciaries may inadvertently make mistakes that cause disputes. Our job is to help fiduciaries understand and clarify their obligations so as to avoid litigation.
At the same time, we are a proven estate litigation law firm. If an estate and trust accounting dispute does arise, we are prepared to represent our clients' interests in the courtroom, whether they are the fiduciary or a beneficiary disputing the asset records.
Our lawyers are trusted professionals who have demonstrated their abilities to represent clients at all levels of Canadian courts, including the Supreme Court of Canada.
Contact a Trusted Advisor
To discuss your fiduciary accounting duties or to dispute an attorney's accounts of the assets, contact the estate and trust administration lawyers of Hull & Hull LLP online or by phone at 1-866-497-0903.