About Matthew Urback
Matthew Urback practices in the areas of general litigation (civil, commercial, and estate litigation) and professional liability.
Matthew has a particular focus on Estates, Wills, and Trusts Litigation. He has experience with a variety of practice areas within this field. His experience includes will challenges, guardianship applications, passing of accounts applications, solicitor’s negligence, and other estate disputes. He acts for fiduciaries, both individual and institutional beneficiaries, drafting solicitors, and as Section 3 counsel. Matthew also practices in estate planning and administration and drafts wills and powers of attorney. Matthew uses his litigation experience to better assist his clients in achieving their goals.
Matthew is an active member of the Canadian Association of Gift Planners (CAGP).
Prior to his law career, Matthew graduated from law school at Queen’s University where he made the Dean’s Honour List and won the R. W. Leonard Prize in Trusts. Prior to law school, he obtained his Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Mathematics and Human Biology at the University of Toronto, and graduated with Distinction.
In his spare time, Matthew enjoys sports, travelling, and spending time with his family.
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