OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAMr. Parker continues to help clients resolve all aspects of complex family and estate law matters. He also acts as a mediator and is a qualified family law arbitrator. Bill enjoys most aiding and seeing clients move through and beyond personal family challenges. Mr. Parker graduated from Queen’s University Law School at Kingston, where he was awarded the Charles R. Webster Scholarship for academic and athletic achievement. He was called to the Bar of Ontario in 1994, after articling at a major Toronto law firm.

What Clients Are Saying…

“Words, somehow, do not seem adequate to express my sincere thanks for representing me during the past 10 months of this horrific year of my life. One of the most fortunate things I chose to do was to make that apprehensive phone call to you late last November”
“Your work ethic, professionalism, and integrity are wonderful qualities to strive for in observing you “in action” over this past year. I wanted and needed someone to take a small invested interest in me and your quiet support went beyond even my expectations”
“Bill – many thanks for your assistance – I immediately called * to thank her for her follow up and in turn, I’m thanking you for your assistance. We no longer have a very embarrassing situation on our hands. Thanks again to your team for their speedy actions”
Please tell Maria I really appreciate all her help. My daughter and I have never been closer because of her efforts
“I would like to thank you for helping me get part of my life sorted out and settling my separation”
“It was such a great pleasure meeting you Maria- you are like a breath of fresh air. I will be calling soon”
“We (The * Family) all appreciate your assistance in this horrendous matter. Again thank you”
“Just wanted to thank you again for all your help and direction. I gave * your contact info recently. He is going through a similar situation unfortunately. His name is *” Thanks againl”
Bill was always the professional; he kept me calm under pressure and was an amazing litigator. I learned many things, while listening and watching him put his tremendous knowledge base and skills to use. He possesses excellent communication skills, both written and oral, a great work ethic, remains positive and always made me feel that he was trustworthy. Most important, were the times that his interpersonal skills came into play; offering me compassion, guidance and a very kind act that I will never forget, during a troubling time in my life. Acts of kindness are immeasurable and he always made me believe in his confidence to obtain what was best for me. I still continue to use him in other areas of expertise. Eternally grateful, thank you Bill.”… EW-always grateful.


His dad died. His “step mother” didn’t tell him or invite him to the funeral. When he found out, he confronted his “step mother”. They argued. She told him that his dad left everything to her in his will. He hired Mr. Parker. They challenged the validity of the will and he received hundreds of thousands of dollars, almost one-half of his dad’s estate.

He left her. She asked for support. When it wasn’t forthcoming in a reasonable manner, she commenced proceedings. He defended. He swore he earned approximately $60,000 per year. Little happened. She changed lawyers. Mr. Parker obtained an Order that he obtain a proper income report and a valuation of his business. He didn’t deliver any report as ordered. They brought a Motion for interim support, seeking a finding of income of more than ten times the husband’s sworn statement on which to base child and spousal support. An income report was eventually produced. The husband then took the position his income for support purposes was $200,000. They continued and argued. The Court found the husband’s income to be $557,000, and ordered the resulting support for the parties’ children and the wife.

Mr. Parker has also been counsel and helped clients in some of the following reported cases:

Mr. Parker advocates and assists clients in all facets of Family, Estate and Trust law matters. Mr. Parker litigates Family, Divorce and Estate litigation matters where necessary. He routinely negotiates resolutions in Family Law and Estate matters, in a Collaborative Process or in the traditional legal model, as well. He also helps clients as a Family Law Mediator, an Estate Mediator or Arbitrator, solving or determining disputes among separated spouses and disgruntled Trustees and Beneficiaries.
Mr. Parker instructed in the Estates Section and the Family Law Section of the Law Society of Upper Canada’s Bar Admission Course for three years. He is a trained Collaborative Family Law lawyer and an Ontario Family Law Arbitrator. He was also a panel lawyer for the Office of the Public Guardian & Trustee. Mr. Parker speaks for the Canadian Bar Association, Ontario Section, on Life and Estate Planning topics and as a panelist in Continuing Legal Education programs in both Family Law and Estate programs. Mr. Parker is a member of the Estates and Trust and Family Law Sections of the Canadian Bar Association and the Society of Trusts and Estate Practitioners.

Mr. Parker can be reached at 416-322-3370 ext 226 or weparker@parkercompany.ca