Corina Weigl is Co-Leader of the Private Client Service group. Her practice is focused on estate and family business succession planning. She develops customized strategies for wills, trusts, and tools designed to protect a client's property, such as domestic contracts, Corina leverages legal and tax regimes to protect multi-jurisdictional property and family interests. She is also active in the Firm, currently holding the position of Chair of the Firm’s Professional Development Committee, having been Vice-Chair of the Business Law Section for many years.
Corina relies on a variety of tools to implement structures designed to facilitate a successful estate and business succession plan for clients. She also provides strategic advice to executors, trustees and beneficiaries in respect of ongoing administration issues or when faced with estate litigation regarding fiduciary accounts.
Corina also advises on charities and not-for-profit considerations, advising clients on legislative, tax and regulatory implications of their philanthropic goals.
Named the 2017 “Lawyer of the Year” for Trusts and Estates in Toronto by Best Lawyers in Canada, Corina has also been recognized with Lexpert’s “Zenith Award” for her pro bono work for SEDI.