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Senior Lawyer

Shannon L. Lobb


Shannon started life on the west coast and in an interesting turn of events, married an east-coaster. She’s an almost 20-year resident of Uxbridge and has been practicing with the firm since 2014.

Shannon develops customized estate plans. She also helps executors administer estates. Having navigated both sides of estate matters, Shannon brings exceptional insight and understanding to her clients.

Her focus is in the areas of will drafting, including drafting for beneficiaries with special needs, estate administration and residential real estate. She’s experienced in addressing matters such as first dealings exemptions and survivorship applications. Shannon also provides notary services.

Before practising in Uxbridge, Shannon was a litigator at a high-profile law firm in downtown Toronto. She now helps her clients make thoughtful, strategic decisions to stay out of court. As a Senior Lawyer at Wilson Cameron Law, Shannon’s litigation background informs her now strictly solicitor-focused practice in the areas of wills, estates, trusts, and real estate.

Shannon is known for turning over every rock to understand her client’s situation. Her goal is to assist clients in developing an estate plan that effectively addresses their personal circumstances.

Outside of the office Shannon is passionate about her family members, both the 2-legged and 4-legged ones. When she’s not working, she loves to travel, take photos and plan parties, especially themed celebrations. We happily put her talents to work at our office events!

  • Called to the Ontario Bar: 1998
  • Law Degree: University of Windsor
  • Undergraduate: University of Toronto
Volunteer positions
  • Director on the board of the Uxbridge Hospital Foundation
Practice areas
  • Wills and Estates Law (including Trusts)
  • Residential Real Estate Law
Professional associations
  • Durham Region Law Association
  • Law Society of Ontario

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Getting started

We’re happy to offer a 15-minute complimentary telephone consultation. This initial call isn’t legal advice, it’s to see if we can help. If we can, we’ll clearly explain how we work and charge for our services. If we can’t help, we may be able to refer you to someone who can.