Yasmin M. Vinograd
Yasmin Vinograd is the Managing partner of Merovitz Potechin LLP. Yasmin’s practice focuses on estate litigation, where she helps clients resolve complex estate disputes such as will challenges, power of attorney challenges, and guardianship applications. She also advises clients on other aspects of estate litigation including passing of accounts, removal and replacement of trustees, dependant support claims, different issues related to capacity, and Elder law.
Yasmin is an internationally trained lawyer and began practicing law in 2004 in Israel. She was called to the Ontario Bar in 2011 and joined Merovitz Potechin LLP shortly thereafter. She provides services in both English and Hebrew.
Yasmin brings an intense passion for practicing law and helping people to her work. She offers clients extensive knowledge of the law, superior expertise in litigation, attention to detail, compassion and a determination to think progressively and outside the box to achieve the best resolution for her clients.
Yasmin is a devoted mother and wife, and an active member of her community. She is an avid photographer and enjoys traveling and the outdoors.
Certificate of Qualification, the National Committee on Accreditation of the Federation of the Law Societies of Canada
Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel
LL.M. magna cum laude – 2006
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel
LL.B. – 2003
- Law Society of Ontario
- Canadian Bar Association
- County of Carleton Law Association
- Ontario Bar Association, Trusts and Estate Law and Franchise Law sections
- Israel Bar Association
- Society of Trusts and Estates Practitioners (Student)
- Bora Laskin Law Society
- The Advocates Society
- Women’s Business Network
Past Secretary, Board of Directors, Early Beginnings Multicultural Child Development Centre of Ottawa-Carleton
Videos by Yasmin Vinograd
Challenging a Will
March 3, 2020
Estate Litigation Lawyer, Yasmin Vinograd, explains will challenges, and the most common grounds for a will challenge including incapacity, undue influence, public policy considerations and formalities.