At Fogler, Rubinoff, we believe that making a difference begins with trust. Experience and sound judgment earn it. Client relationships are built on it. Results keep it.

Sasha Kraus




As an associate in our Wills and Estates Group, Sasha brings an approach to estate planning that centers on understanding and addressing the unique needs of each client, working collaboratively with both the client and their trusted advisors to help craft a comprehensive and effective estate plan that meets their particular needs.

Sasha is building a practice with a focus on estate planning.  She assists clients with a wide variety of estate planning issues as well as estate administration. Whether clients hope to protect a disabled heir, incorporate succession planning for their business, address the unique concerns arising from second spouses and blended families, minimize family conflicts, or deal with beneficiaries or assets that are situated outside of Canada, Sasha can help craft a tailored estate plan that meets their individual needs.

Prior to joining Foglers, Sasha was a Will and Estate Advisor with a leading Canadian bank and a lawyer in private practice. The combination of her professional expertise and her commitment to provide practical solutions makes Sasha an invaluable resource for both clients and their financial advisors.


JANUARY 26 2021

Latest Update and Summary on Virtual Witnessing of Wills and Powers of Attorney: Extension for the Foreseeable Future

We anticipate that the Regulation O. Reg. 129/20, which allows for virtual witnessing in counterpart for the execution and witnessing of Wills and Powers of Attorney in Ontario (the "Regulation"), will be extended indefinitely until the end of the pandemic. The most recent extension occurred on January 15, 2021, by way of O. Reg. 15/21, as the Ontario government once again prolonged the order for Wills and Powers of Attorney to be witnessed virtually to February 19, 2021. O. Reg. 458/20 has accordingly been updated to reflect this date as well.

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OCTOBER 22 2020

Latest Update on Virtual Witnessing of Wills and Powers of Attorney: Extension in Ontario to November 21, 2020

In what is becoming a familiar refrain, the Ontario government has once again extended the time for Wills and Powers of Attorney to be witnessed virtually (i.e. over a video link) by 30 days to November 21, 2020

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  • Called to the Ontario Bar, 2014
  • Osgoode Hall Law School, J.D., 2013
  • University of Western Ontario, B.A. (Linguistics), 2009



  • Society of Trust and Estate Planners (STEP)
  • Law Society of Ontario
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Ontario Bar Association

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