Corina Weigl is a partner with Fasken Martineau. She focuses her practice on estate and family business succession planning, including wills and trusts, corporate re-organizations, marriage contracts, estate administration, charities and not-for-profit law. When dealing with planning matters, clients have commended Corina on her ability to address complex legal issues. Corina also represents clients in litigious matters including will challenges, mental capacity matters, applications for advice and direction of the court and passing of fiduciary accounts. Clients, colleagues and peers acknowledge her sensitive and insightful approach to clients' affairs, and consider Corina to be a practitioner who provides timely, pragmatic advice in a cost-effective way.
For 2017 Corina was recognized by Best Lawyers as Lawyer of the Year, Trusts and Estates for Toronto, Canada. Since 2002, Corina has been ranked by Lexpert in her practice area. She is the recipient of the Hoffstein Book Prize, a peer nominated award recognizing professional excellence and contribution to the Bar, as well as a Lexpert Zenith award for her pro bono work for SEDI. She has also received the OBA Law Foundation, Widdifield Award for her paper on The Prudent Investor Rule and Modern Portfolio Theory.