Felice Kirsh

Felice Kirsh
FIRM:
Schnurr Kirsh Oelbaum Tator LLP
POSITION:
Partner
AREAS OF PRACTICE:
Estates & Wills & Trusts
PHONE:

Felice Kirsh, a partner with the Toronto firm Schnurr Kirsh Oelbaum Tator LLP, focuses on estate litigation and mediation.

She graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1984 and was called to the Ontario Bar in 1986.

For more than 25 years, Ms. Kirsh has handled estate litigation and mediation, including contested wills, trustee disputes, passing of accounts, will interpretations, dependent support claims, Family Law Act claims, and mental incompetency litigation. She is a certified specialist in the area of estates and trusts law.

Ms. Kirsh is a speaker and has chaired programs for the Law Society of Ontario. She has written and presented papers for professional and educational organizations, including Osgoode Hall School of Continuing Legal Education and the Society of Trust and Estates Practitioners Canada on topics such as limitation periods in will challenges, claims against the estate by spouses under the Family Law Act, and special considerations for attorneys for property.

Outside of her legal work, Ms. Kirsh is on the board of directors of Trails Youth Initiatives, an organization that helps vulnerable youth.

Felice Kirsh Posts

The emotional side of estate litigation

Emotion is likely to play a role in all estate litigation scenarios, and some scenarios are more emotionall... Read more

Red flags help identify difficult clients early on

There are a number of early signs to take note of in determining whether to continue working with a difficu... Read more

Kirsh named in Lexpert Directory

Toronto trust and estate litigator  Read more

Case a reminder to review estate plans

The importance of reviewing your will was highlighted recently in a Superior Court ruling that demonstrated the court’s... Read more

Appointed attorneys have difficult job

While being appointed an estate trustee or attorney for property by a friend or family memb... Read more

Decision reinforces difficulty removing estate trustees

A recent Ontario decision that deals with the issue of conflict of interest among estate tr... Read more