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Kelli is an experienced Estate Litigation lawyer and she graduated from Osgoode Hall with an L.L.B. in 2002. She began her career as a lawyer at Davis Moldaver after her call to the bar and became a partner in 2004. She joined Derfel Estate Law in 2013.

Kelli’s practice is focused on professional negligence claims, real estate and mortgage litigation cases, recovery, bankruptcy, securities litigation and general corporate/commercial litigation. Working on cases at all levels of court in Canada, Kelli has co-counselled several significant cases at the trial and appellate level and has assisted with a multimillion-dollar arbitration. Kelli also is experienced in mortgage recovery, debtor-creditor and personal injury matters.

Prior to her call to the bar in January 2003, Kelli was a law clerk for 13 years. In this capacity, she gained significant experience working with prominent senior lawyers in the commercial litigation field, with a special emphasis on solicitor negligence claims. Kelli credits this background to her pragmatic approach to her files.

When not litigating Kelli can be found at hockey rinks and soccer fields across Ontario cheering on her two boys, or shopping with her daughter. In her spare time, Kelli enjoys travelling with her family, cooking, waterskiing, kickboxing, skiing and practicing yoga.

For additional information on estate law, please get in touch with estate litigation lawyer Kelli Preston.

For professional service and knowledgeable advice on Estate Law matters contact Derfel Estate Law

Contact Derfel Estate Law today to speak with a Toronto estate lawyer who will work tirelessly to achieve the best possible resolution to your will, estate, power of attorney, or trusts dispute.

Call us at 416-847-3580 or contact us using the form.

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