Megan F. Connolly is a Toronto-based lawyer practicing estates and trusts law. She brings a resolution-based approach to her practice and is skilled at helping clients find creative solutions to their estates and trusts issues.

Before starting her own practice, Megan practiced estate, trust, and capacity litigation at Hull & Hull LLP, an estates and trusts boutique firm in Toronto. Prior to that, she worked at the Office of The Public Guardian & Trustee, a division of the Ministry of the Attorney General in Ontario.

Megan has experience representing both beneficiaries and trustees; individual clients, trust companies, insurers, charitable organizations, and government agencies.

When Megan isn’t working, she enjoys travelling, reading, and visiting museums and art galleries. She is an active member of the Royal Ontario Museum’s Young Patrons Circle and the Art Gallery of Ontario’s AGO Next.  She is a member of the executive of the Young Lawyers Division and the Trusts and Estates Section of the Ontario Bar Association.

Practice Areas

  • Estate and Incapacity Planning
  • Estate Administration
  • Estates, Trusts, and Capacity Litigation
  • Elder Law
  • Charities/Not-for-Profit Law
  • Family Law

Professional Associations

  • Law Society of Upper Canada
  • Ontario Bar Association (estates and trusts section)
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Advocates Society
  • Canadian Association of Gift Planners
  • Society of Trust & Estate Practitioners


  • Queen’s University, Bachelor of Arts (Honours), 2002
  • Osgoode Hall Law School, Bachelor of Laws, 2005

Bar Admission

  • Ontario