Wills, Estates, and Trusts Law
Fasiha Khan is a client-centered, community-oriented family lawyer who resolves issues through litigation, mediation or the collaborative law processes. Fasiha’s range of practice includes family law, trusts & estates (including Islamic wills), and fertility law agreements.
Fasiha Khan recognizes that every client is undergoing one of the most challenging periods of their lives. She is committed to navigating her clients through their family matter with empathy, efficiency, an eye towards resolution and onwards to better days ahead. This focus has made Fasiha successful in achieving results for her clients that is both results-focused and cost-efficient.
Fasiha Khan practiced family law in the United States and then here in Canada. She is licensed in Ontario, Maryland, and District of Columbia. Originally from Maryland, Fasiha received her law degree from the University of Baltimore School of Law where she studied with a concentration in family law. Fasiha spearheaded the University of Baltimore Family Law Clinic’s first student-led community legal education workshop focused on the legal rights of intimate partner violence survivors in the Muslim community. Later, she continued her passion for family law in private practice.
Fasiha Khan is dedicated to supporting community-led organizations and continues to engage in various legal education programs within the community. She provides legal services at local women’s shelters, training to shelter staff, and has presented at conferences on the intersection of family law in the Muslim community. She is on the lawyer roster of several local shelters and non-profit organizations within the GTA offering pro bono legal advice.
Fasiha Khan also offers fertility law services in supporting individuals to create and grow their families. Fertility law includes surrogacy agreements, egg donor agreements, sperm donor agreements, and embryo donation agreements.
Fasiha Khan is a certified collaborative law practitioner, She is a member of the Peel Halton Collaborative and Ontario Association of Collaborative Professionals.