WeirFoulds Partner Lucinda (Lucy) Main has been elected to the Board of Governors of the Canadian Tax Foundation (CTF). As a member of the Board, Lucy will be responsible for helping guide the direction of an organization that consists of over 12,000 members throughout the country.
Lucy is the Co-chair of WeirFoulds’ Wills, Trusts and Estates Practice Group, with a practice that focuses on estate and trust planning and administration. Lucy has received several accolades throughout her legal career, including repeated recognitions in the Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory as a leading practitioner in Estate & Personal Tax Planning, in addition to multiple recognitions in Best Lawyers in Canada in Trusts and Estates law.
Lucy advises Canadian and international clients on a wide range of estate and trust matters, including drafting estate planning documents, establishing private charitable foundations, counselling beneficiaries of estates and helping with the administration of estates.
This appointment further demonstrates Lucy’s commitment to the legal community, as she previously co-founded the Toronto Junior Trusts and Estates Practitioner’s Group (JTPEG), which gathers young trust and estate planners and litigators on a monthly basis to discuss current trust and estate matters.
Headquartered in downtown Toronto, the CTF is an independent non-profit organization dedicated to tax research, and has been providing Canada with unparalleled insight into matters pertaining to tax law, economics and public finance since 1945.
Lucy can be reached via phone at 647 715-3568 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about the Wills, Trusts and Estate Practice Group, visit their overview page here.