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After 65 years, we’ve developed a few guiding principles.

Straight Talk

An expert understanding of the law is just a starting point. We are your ally and advocate and can help you see, with clarity, all the options available to you. Problems can quickly become opportunities when you know your next step.

Cost Effective

A team of top-tier lawyers and expert legal advice doesn't have to be prohibitively expensive. We don't believe in high overhead and we don't have layers of administration. Your budget is used where it matters-your lawyer.

Client Focused

You have real needs, and it's our job to understand them. We want to resolve your dispute quickly so you can get back to your life, outside the law office.

A Proud Tradition Since 1947

Trust is the cornerstone of all relationships. We exist to help make complex legal matters clear as we guide you to a fair resolution. When you’ve been helping individuals, institutions, and corporations for as long as we have, the only measure of success is client satisfaction and a growing demand for our services.

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We think about law a lot.
Sometimes we even write it down.

July 16th 2018

Collaborative Law chosen for family law battles

Originally published in: Law Times, June 19, 2017 Written By Marg. Bruineman The confrontational scenario of two former lovers who are now feuding adversaries du...

July 16th 2018

Collaboration thrives when litigation off the table

Originally published in Law Times, July 24, 2015. Written by Deborah Graham and Nicola Savin Collaborative lawyers have removed a significant tool from their neg...

July 16th 2018

Access Schedules cannot be controlled by children

An Ontario Court of Appeal (OCA) decision finding primary parents have a duty to ensure their children visit with their other parent illustrates the fact that change...