Ashley is an Associate in Fogler Rubinoff’s Wills and Estates practice group. Her practice is centered on estate planning and administration, trust administration and incapacity planning.
She provides advice and support to her clients that is tailored to their needs and circumstances. This includes planning in the context of blended families, existing or future corporate interests, beneficiaries or trustees who reside outside of Canada, and ensuring suitable provision for a disabled heir.
Prior to joining Fogler’s, Ashley was an associate at a boutique estates litigation firm where she gained valuable experience on estates and trust issues, such as will challenges, dependent’s support claims, and contested account passings. As a result, Ashley has a keen insight into the legal issues that can impact her clients’ estate, trusts and incapacity planning. She also attributes her commitment to practical, client-focused solutions as a result of her prior role as Crown Counsel at the Ministry of the Attorney General – Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee. She advised on a broad range of legal issues spanning civil, family, healthcare and real estate, which affect guardians and attorneys in the course of their duties. Ashley believes that her experience in both private practice and the Ministry of the Attorney General allows her to best craft and implement an estate plan that meets her clients’ individual situation, goals and expectations.