Matthias Duensing, founder and principal of the Toronto firm Duensing Law, focuses on wills, trust, estates and real estate law.
His wills and estates practice includes the preparation of wills, powers of attorney and trusts. He also advises estate trustees on all aspects of the estate administration process, including probate.
Mr. Duensing advises his real estate clients on the sale, purchase and refinancing of residential and commercial properties.
He takes part in regular retirement planning seminars where he discusses estate planning issues with employees of the federal government.
Mr. Duensing believes in giving back to his community and volunteers as a supervising lawyer at Pro Bono Student Canada’s Wills Project, which provides estate planning services to low-income clients. Such services are delivered through the efforts of law students from Osgoode Hall Law School and from the University of Toronto Law School, under the supervision of volunteer lawyers.
Mr. Duensing is fluent in German.