Kevin Walsh joined Templeman LLP as a summer student in 2015 and continued as an articling student after graduating from law school. He is now an associate lawyer at the firm, having been called to the bar in 2017.
Kevin received his undergraduate degree from the University of New Brunswick, where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts with a double major in Law & Society and History. After working as English teacher in Seoul, South Korea for several years, he returned to Canada and attended Queen’s University Law School. He obtained his Juris Doctor degree in 2016.
In his estates practice, Kevin regularly advices client on estate planning, including the preparation of Wills and Power of Attorney for Property and Personal Care, Trusts, as well as the preparation of Probate applications and general administration of estates.
In his real estate practice, Kevin regularly assists clients with the acquisition and disposition of residential and commercial properties, preparation of Agreements of Purchase and Sale, title corrections, as well as planning and severance applications.
Kevin also assists municipalities with their real estate needs, including the drafting and registration of agreements, subdivisions, and the acquisition and disposition of real estate. He also assists his municipal clients throughout all stages of the Tax Sale process.
Kevin is an active member of the Canadian Bar Association, the Law Society of Ontario, the Frontenac Law Association, and the Hastings County Law Association.
When he and his wife, a teacher, are not working, they can be found at home being exhausted by their two young sons.