Natalia R. Angelini

Natalia R. Angelini is a partner at Hull & Hull, having joined the firm in 2007.

Natalia appears in all levels of the Ontario court and is a dedicated advocate for her clients. She works with them to resolve disputes involving estate, trust, and capacity issues, including will challenges and interpretations, guardianship and attorneyship litigation, dependant relief claims and accounting disputes.  Natalia also defends estate lawyers in proceedings involving allegations of solicitors’ negligence.

In addition to the wealth of experience garnered at Hull & Hull LLP, Natalia draws upon her previous years practising commercial and civil litigation. She contributes to the profession through speaking at legal education programs, authoring academic articles, and frequently blogging and podcasting on a variety of estate issues. Internally, Natalia provides students and young lawyers at our firm with instrumental mentorship.

Natalia was called to the bar in 2001. She has an LL.B. with Honours from the University of Leeds, England and obtained her Certificate of Accreditation from the University of Toronto law school. She also has a B.A. (Hons.) from the University of Toronto. 

Natalia is a member of the Ontario Bar Association and is the 2019-2020 Chair of the Elder Law Section. She is also a member of the Advocates’ Society and the Middling Trusts and Estates Practitioners’ Group.

Career & Education

  • LL.B. (With Honours)

    Leeds University School of Law, Leeds, England
  • Certificate of Accreditation

    University of Toronto, Faculty of Law, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Bachelor of Arts (Hons.)

    University of Toronto
    Membership & Affliations
  • Member, Advocates’ Society

  • Member, Ontario Bar Association

  • Member, Middling Trusts and Estates Practitioners’ Group

Publication & Teachings

  • Making Sense of Claims by Spouses and Dependants, Estate Litigation: A Primer, Ontario Bar Association, February 22, 2022 (with co-author, David Mills, Mills & Mills LLP)

  • "Sham Trusts and How to Expose Them", The Probater, March 2019

  • “The Admissibility of Extrinsic Evidence”, Essential Evidence Series for Estate Litigators, Ontario Bar Association, June 6, 2018

  • Rule 65 of the Rules of Civil Procedure– What is it? When would you use it?”, Ontario Bar Association, March 2016

  • “Can a Beneficiary Enjoy the Windfall of a Mistaken Payment?”, The Probater, September 2015

  • “Issues Relating to the Joint Ownership of Property”, Hull & Hull LLP Breakfast Series, January 2012

  • “What Real Estate Lawyers Need to Know About Estates Law and Powers of Attorney for Property,” 8th Annual Real Estate Law Summit, April 2011

  • “The Tricky Business of Administration Bonds” Hull & Hull LLP Breakfast Series, June 2009

  • “The Will to Decide – What to do When Capacity is in Question,” Hull & Hull LLP Breakfast Series, October 2008

  • “The Family Conference,” The Probater, April 2008

    Classes & Seminars
  • Lecturer, Estates Issues

Recent Posts
March 12, 2024 Hull on Estates #687 – Retract a Renunciation

This week on Hull on Estates, Natalia Angelini and Haley Daniel discuss the retraction of renunciation of appointment as estate ...

January 31, 2024 Hull on Estates Podcast #684 – A Case of Moral Obligation

This week on the podcast, Natalia Angelini and Diana McBey discuss a case from British Columbia, Bautista v Gutkowski Estate, 2023 BCSC ...

January 03, 2024 Hull on Estates Podcast – 682 – Hermes and Adult Adoption

In today’s podcast, Natalia Angelini and Sydney Osmar discuss the recent news cycle involving an 80 year old billionaire who ...