Kim Gale is an experienced estate litigation lawyer and has recently completed her Masters of Law in Dispute Resolution from Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. She is a qualified mediator, dealing with disputes in all estate litigation matters, including dependent support claims, powers of attorney, estate administration, will challenges, and passing of accounts.
Kim’s interest in estates law peaked in 2013 after working as an assistant for an estate litigation lawyer. She pursued her dream of attending law school and graduated from City University of London in the UK.
After being called to the Bar in 2018 and opening her own firm, Gale Law, in 2019, Kim understood that individuals require more cost-effective, low-stress options to settle their complex legal issues. This motivated her to receive her Masters of Law in Dispute Resolution, where Kim has learned techniques from some of the industry’s best mediators.
In Toronto, mediation is a mandatory step in the estate dispute process. This means that most estate matters in litigation require a mediator who is an expert in the field. Kim has been able to hone her skills as an LL.M. graduate and lawyer specializing in estate disputes and act as an effective mediator with the goal of listening, communicating and negotiating to successfully resolve disputes.