Kathryn is an Associate with the firm's Wills and Estates group. Her practice is focused on helping clients achieve their estate-planning goals by providing advice on wills, trusts, the transfer of assets, powers of attorney, and estate administration. She works in partnership with her clients to help them navigate complex matters and to protect and plan for the transfer of their personal assets.
Kathryn is active in the estates and trusts bar and is a member of the Ontario Bar Association (OBA) Executive for trusts and estates law as well as a member of the Society of Trusts and Estates Practitioners (STEP). She is a frequent contributor to Deadbeat, published by the Trusts and Estates Law Section of the Ontario Bar Association, and speaks at OBA programs on the topic of wills, estates and substitute decision making.
FEBRUARY 08 2018
Emerging Issues in Estates, Trusts and Incapacity Law
Kathryn is Chair's this OBA Institute trusts & estates law program that will explore recent case law and statutory amendments, as well as essential practice management advice. Click here for more information and to register.
NOVEMBER 07 2017
Wills, Powers of Attorney for Property and Powers of Attorney for Personal Care
Most people are hesitant when it comes to dealing with their Wills and Powers of Attorney. Death and Disability are not easy subjects to deal with. Unfortunately, these are realities that are better dealt with than not...
NOVEMBER 01 2017
November is Make a Will Month
Throughout November, Make a Will Month will see more than 40 legal information sessions presented by OBA members, including Mary Wahbi and Kathryn Balter of our Wills & Estates group, at libraries and community hubs in Toronto, Ottawa, Hamilton and Cambridge.
University of British Columbia, J.D., 2011
University of Western Ontario, B.A., 2008
OBA Executive, Trusts and Estates Law
Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners