Arieh A. Bloom, Associate Lawyer, BCom, CPA, JD
Arieh A. Bloom is an associate litigation lawyer at WEL Partners. He practices exclusively in the areas of wills, estates, trust and capacity litigation. He represents beneficiaries, trustees, executors, powers of attorney, individuals found to be incapable of handling their own property or personal care, and their family members.
Prior to joining WEL Partners, Arieh clerked at the Ontario Superior Court of Justice where he assisted justices in various Estate, Trust and Substitute Decision making issues that were before the Court. His work focused mostly on civil and estate litigation matters, including power of attorney disputes, will challenges, will rectifications, breach of trust, trustee removals, and guardianship proceedings.
Arieh obtained his J.D. from Osgoode Hall law school, where he was a research assistant for Professor John McCamus. While in law school Arieh worked as a summer law student at one of Canada’s largest litigation law firms.
Arieh is not just a lawyer but also a Certified Public Accountant who does not shy away from the numbers. He understands the complex nature of estate, trust and guardianship litigation and approaches the nuances with a financial lens. Prior to becoming a lawyer, Arieh practiced as an accountant at KPMG and worked through Law School at Sherfam Inc. as a Controller providing in depth financial analysis for large privately held investment corporations.
Arieh has a voracious appetite for Estate, Trust and Guardianship law and always looks forward to helping his clients with their issues.
- Ontario Bar Association (OBA) (Civil Litigation, Trusts and Estates)
- The Law Society of Upper Canada
- The Advocates’ Society
- American Institute for Certified Public Accountants