legal Services at an affordable hourly rate, flat fee or a combination of both

real estate

To ensure that your real estate sale or purchase close smoothly, we will review your agreement of purchase and sale and status certificate, prepare all appropriate closing documents, conduct title search to protect your rights as a purchaser, and work with your financial institution to handle your mortgage/loan situation.

If you are thinking of altering your mortgage/loan, we can help you complete you refinancing. We can also assist in other forms of transfer of title/ownership of a property.

contract + Corporate

It is important to set out a legal agreement in writing.  We can draft, review and negotiate the terms of your contract to ensure that your agreement is legally binding and suits your needs.

We also assist with corporate transactions, including incorporation, preparing shareholder agreements, share and asset transactions, and corporate restructuring.


Whether you are the landlord or a tenant of a commercial property, we can draft, review and negotiate a lease that suits your needs and preserves your rights in the event of a future dispute. 


Family LAW

Let us protect your rights in a separation by helping you seek the relief you are entitled to, including custody, access, property equalization, child support and spousal support.

If you and your partner have reached a consensus on most issues, we can prepare or review a separation agreement and file for an uncontested divorce.

If you are thinking of marrying or moving in with your partner, we can help you prepare a marriage contract or cohabitation agreement.


Your will and powers of attorney are important legal documents that should be regularly reviewed and updated as your circumstances change, such as during marriage or divorce.  We can assist you with preparing and reviewing your will and powers of attorney so they will best suit your needs.


For your convenience, we offer notarization and commissioning services. We can witness oaths or solemn affirmations, sign affidavits or statutory declarations, and certify documents as true copies of the originals.