Blaney McMurtry adds new partner

Blair Botsford specializes in trusts and estates

Blaney McMurtry adds new partner
Blair L. Botsford

Blair L. Botsford has joined Blaney McMurtry LLP has partner, specialising in trusts and estates.

Botsford represents a range of clients including both individuals and business owners on all aspects of wills, trusts, estate planning and administration, incapacity and disability planning, as well as business succession planning and related tax issues.

Prior to joining Blaney, Botsford was at O'Connor MacLeod Hanna LLP, where she was an estate and trust lawyer. She also ran her own practice, BotsfordLAW, in the past. Earlier in her career, she was an associate at Conyers Dill & Pearman, partner at Miller Thomson LLP and partner at Gowling WLG (then known as Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP).

Botsford was called to the Ontario Bar in 1997. She obtained her MA in economics from McMaster University in 1995, LLB from the University of Western Ontario in 1994, and BA (honours) in economics from the University of Waterloo in 1990. She also holds a certificate in conflict management from the University of Windsor.

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