Andrew Bonham is a partner in the firm’s Business Law and Wills and Estates Groups with a special emphasis on taxation law. He also has the distinction of holding a Master’s Degree in Tax Law. Andrew can advise clients on various tax matters including: taxpayer representation in disputes with Canada Revenue Agency; voluntary disclosures (tax amnesty); trust and estate planning; and business and succession planning.
Andrew holds degrees in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, and Law from Queen’s University.
Andrew has taught segments of the Business Law component of the Law Society of Upper Canada Bar Admission Course and is a former sessional lecturer in computer assisted legal research at the Queen’s University Faculty of Law.
Andrew is a member of the Canadian Tax Foundation and has recently published an article in the prestigious Canadian Tax Journal entitled “FATCA and FBAR Reporting by Individuals: Enforcement Considerations from a Canadian Perspective”.