Sue Noorloos

Lawyer

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    office London, ON

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Education & Year of Call

  • Year of Call, Ontario (2008)
  • LLB, Western University Canada (2008)
  • Undergraduate Studies in Honours English and History
  • Associate of the Royal Conservatory of Music, Toronto, piano performance

Biography

“From May to late September, my weekends are typically spent in the vegetable garden on our family farm. I roll up my sleeves and get my hands dirty. After hours of pulling weeds, I can see orderly rows of tomatoes, carrots and potatoes emerge. With care, patience and hard work, a small packet of seeds becomes a bountiful harvest every fall.”

Sue Noorloos gained experience as an estate planner, working with both individuals and business owners at Scotia Wealth Management. Additionally, Sue sat as a Vice-Chair for the Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal (WSIAT). Beginning her career in personal injury litigation has afforded Sue an in-depth appreciation for the unique estate and incapacity planning required for families who support a loved one with a disability. Sue also practices in the area of estate administration.

Sue’s approach is the same whether she is gardening or helping her clients with estate planning or estate administration; she takes a hands-on and pro-active approach. Sue’s responsibility is to identify the legal “weeds” and eliminate them before they become obstacles. A carefully crafted estate plan or business succession plan brings the same sense of satisfaction and peace of mind as a well-tended garden.

Outside of the office, Sue enjoys gardening, canning, and cooking. Travelling and reading are also two of her favorite past-times. Sue is an empty-nester but attends her daughters’ dance recitals and violin concerts as often as possible.

Biography

“From May to late September, my weekends are typically spent in the vegetable garden on our family farm. I roll up my sleeves and get my hands dirty. After hours of pulling weeds, I can see orderly rows of tomatoes, carrots and potatoes emerge. With care, patience and hard work, a small packet of seeds becomes a bountiful harvest every fall.”

Sue Noorloos gained experience as an estate planner, working with both individuals and business owners at Scotia Wealth Management. Additionally, Sue sat as a Vice-Chair for the Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal (WSIAT). Beginning her career in personal injury litigation has afforded Sue an in-depth appreciation for the unique estate and incapacity planning required for families who support a loved one with a disability. Sue also practices in the area of estate administration.

Sue’s approach is the same whether she is gardening or helping her clients with estate planning or estate administration; she takes a hands-on and pro-active approach. Sue’s responsibility is to identify the legal “weeds” and eliminate them before they become obstacles. A carefully crafted estate plan or business succession plan brings the same sense of satisfaction and peace of mind as a well-tended garden.

Outside of the office, Sue enjoys gardening, canning, and cooking. Travelling and reading are also two of her favorite past-times. Sue is an empty-nester but attends her daughters’ dance recitals and violin concerts as often as possible.

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Professional Associations

  • Society of Trust and Estate Planners – student member
  • Estate Planner’s Council of London
  • Law Society of Upper Canada
  • Middlesex Law Association
  • Ontario Bar Association