Brittany Sud's practice focuses on estates and trusts, including both planning and administrative matters, as well as taxation as it relates to those areas.  Brittany has developed and implemented cohesive estate plans for clients, reflecting their financial objectives and both short and long-term goals. She advises high net worth individuals, entrepreneurs and professionals on probate planning, income tax deferral and minimization strategies, family business succession planning, disability planning and philanthropic planning.  Brittany’s estate administration practice includes advising estate trustees on their role and responsibilities, preparing applications for probate and administering the Canadian estates of non-residents.  Brittany also advises charities and not-for-profit organizations on various matters to achieve their mission.

Brittany advises her clients on estate and charitable matters, including:

Estate Planning: preparing and implementing wills, powers of attorney, trusts and domestic contracts for high net worth individuals, entrepreneurs and professionals.

Business Succession Planning: structuring corporate reorganizations, including implementing “estate freezes” for succession planning and lifetime capital gains exemption planning.

Charitable Giving: advising individuals on charitable giving during lifetime and on death.

Brittany is qualified as a Trust and Estate Practitioner by the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (“STEP”) and holds a Certificate in Elder Law, which she obtained from Osgoode Professional Development.  Brittany was featured in STEP Canada’s infomercial for law school students attending Canadian Universities.  Brittany regularly speaks at conferences and seminars organized by STEP, the Law Society of Ontario, the Canadian Bar Association, the Ontario Bar Association and the Canadian Association of Gift Planners.  She is also a supervising lawyer for the Pro Bono Students Canada Wills Project.