REAL ESTATE LAWYER & WILLS LAWYER
TORONTO 416-601-4769

Wills & Succession Planning Lawyer | Probate Administration Attorney | Commissioner of Oaths
Notary Public | Estate Litigation Lawyer | Residential & Commercial Real Estate Attorney

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    Real Estate Law | Wills Lawyer | Estate Litigation Lawyer

    Wills & Succession Planning | Probate & Estate Administration | Estate Litigation & Real Estate Law

    181 University Avenue, Suite 2200 Toronto M5H 3M7

    Greater Toronto Area affordable and reliable real estate , wills and estate litigation lawyer. Our Toronto firm offers the following legal services mentioned below. If you require any of our services or have any questions, feel free to call or fill out our contact form on-site and we will reply promptly. We understand that your specific situation may be different or that you may have concerns or questions you would like us to address with you regarding your wills, real estate buying or selling legal forms or about your estate administration.

    When you contact our law office in Toronto, we will provide you with guidance and answers to the best of our ability as part of our complimentary consultation. Don’t delay and call us today 416-601-4769.

    Wills and Succession Planning

    We structure your affairs both during your lifetime and after your death in accordance with your wishes.

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    Probate and Estate Administration

    Duensing Law will provide practical, sound counsel on how to administer the estate as quickly and tactfully as possible, so nothing requires revisiting.

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    Estate Litigation

    We advise Executors, Administrators, and Trustees on their fiduciary obligations and assist in litigation matters.

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    Residential and Commercial Real Estate

    Buying or building your home is likely the single largest investment you will make in your lifetime. We provide counsel in residential & commercial real estate matters.

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    Notarizations & Commissioner of Oaths

    Please call ahead at (416) 601-4769 to book a notary appointment.

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    Duensing Law was shortlisted as one of Ontario’s Top Wills & Estates Boutique Firms by the Canadian Lawyer Magazine in 2016.

    Matthias Duensing practices in the areas of trusts, estates, real estate, wills and succession in toronto.

    His wills and estate practice includes the preparation of wills, powers of attorney and trusts. He advises estate trustees on all aspects of the estate administration process, including probate.

    Matthias advises his real estate clients on the sale, purchase and refinancing of residential and commercial properties. He frequently writes articles on current wills & estates and real estate topics for various publications, including The Lawyer’s Daily and Advocate Daily.

    He has established a niche in estate executor and trustee work. Many clients have a need for an independent professional executor and trustee, and look to Matthias to fill the roles.

    I found Matthias to be genuine, thoughtful, prepared, conscientious, amenable to multiple last minute changes, reasonable, knowledgeable and he made a challenging process relatively easy to get through. I would not hesitate to recommend him and have already told friends that, when and if they need estate help, I'd be happy to make a recommendation. - A.H, Toronto

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