Peter Lillico
Peter Lillico was called to the bar in Ontario in 1979. He attended Queen’s University and McMaster University for undergraduate work, then received his law degree from the University of Windsor. Peter’s practice is concentrated in the areas of Estate Planning, Business and Corporate Law, and Real Estate. Peter is a Past President of the Peterborough Law Association. He is also a founding member of the Peterborough Estate Planning Council.

In addition to his practice, Peter teaches law courses at Sir Sandford Fleming College in Peterborough. He was instrumental in establishing the Legal Administration program at the College, and served as the Chair of the Program Advisory Committee for several years. Peter writes on legal topics for several publications. He has a weekly column in Peterborough This Week entitled “Legal Lines.” He is a frequent contributor to Cottage Life Magazine, providing advice and resources for legal and estate concerns. He has written articles on estate planning topics for Good Times Magazine.

He has been featured in several episodes of Cottage Life Television on estate planning issues for cottage owners. As well, he has appeared on open line shows on legal matters for community television and local radio programming. Peter is very active in presenting educational seminars. He regularly conducts workshops on corporate legal concerns for the Credit Union Central of Ontario. He has been the keynote speaker at the Federation of Ontario Cottagers Associations annual meeting in 1994 and 1995. The Ontario Ministry of Agriculture retains him to present seminars to professionals and farmers on legal topics ranging from farm financing and credit management, to farm succession planning. He has participated in HomeBuyer Information Seminars for Kawartha Credit Union and the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, as well as the Ontario Real Estate Association. He frequently is requested to prepare and conduct educational seminars on estate planning and other legal topics for community organization as a public service.