Vlado Hajtol, Partner

Practice Areas: Estate Planning and Administration of Estates / Real Estate / Wills and powers of attorney

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Vlado Hajtol

Vlado Hajtol was born and raised in Slovakia where he received his Master’s degree in Education. Upon immigrating to Canada in 2001 he spent six years working with people with developmental disabilities. He obtained his law degree from the University of Ottawa’s Common Law program in 2011 and subsequently articled in Burlington, Ontario. Prior to joining Allan Snelling LLP Vlado practiced exclusively in the area of wills and estates in Cornwall, Ontario.

Vlado focuses his practice on real estate transactions, wills, estate planning and in the administration of estates. His wills and estates expertise can be particularly helpful to professionals with their own practice, to small business owners, to individuals with assets located outside of Ontario and to parents with children with disabilities. Vlado also assists individuals that would like to be appointed guardians for incapacitated persons and advises his clients on the issues related to incapacity and substitute decision making. His real estate practice encompasses both, residential and commercial real estate and is happy to assist his clients with acquisition, disposition or refinancing of properties.

A devoted and compassionate family man, Vlado has a keen interest in politics, world affairs and human rights. In his spare time, Vlado enjoys spending time outdoors with his wife and three boys playing soccer, cycling, canoeing or hiking in Gatineau Park. Vlado is proud to serve his clients in English, Slovak and Czech.

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