Ben’s practice focuses on wills, trusts and estates. He advises clients on all forms of estate planning and assists with the administration of trusts and estates. Ben also acts as litigation counsel in contentious disputes involving wills, trusts, inheritances, and powers of attorney.
Ben is a partner in the firm and has been designated a Trust and Estate Practitioner (TEP) by the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP). He studied law at McGill University, earning degrees in common law and civil law, and is also a graduate of Dalhousie University.
Ben keeps current by regularly attending professional development seminars. In addition, he sits on the Executive of STEP Atlantic, as well as the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society’s Professional Standards Committee for Wills, Powers of Attorney and Personal Directives.