Angelique Moss Archive



About: Angelique's legal practice focuses on estate, trust, and capacity litigation. She frequently appears before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and has also appeared before the Divisional Court. Angelique has written a variety of articles for continuing legal education events and newsletters, and recently co-authored, with Justin de Vries, a paper published by Irwin Law in the Law Society of Upper Canada's Special Lectures in Estates (2010).


Cat and Mouse with the Court is A Dangerous Game

Wednesday, September 7th, 2011

Clients usually want to know what happens when an opposing party does not follow a court order.  As can be seen in Estate of Paul Penna, imprisonment is a possibility, but the widely-held view has been that imprisonment is unlikely to be ordered in civil cases unless a finding of ...

Speaking About Grave Errors…

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2011

A case recently filed with the Brooklyn Federal Court attracted some media attention a few weeks ago. Two sisters sued a New Jersey cemetery for $25 million after learning that their mother had been buried in a different grave site than the one they had been visiting since her death ...