We are pleased to announce that Friend & Dobson is now practicing in association with Warner & Cork
Anna practices in the areas of real estate, family law, wills & estate, estate administration and agricultural law.
Jessie’s practice areas include civil litigation, family law and agricultural law.
Broghan’s practice focuses on corporate and business law, real estate, wills and estates and estate administration.
Morgan focuses on assisting clients in family law and real estate matters.
Emily is our firm manager and an integral part of our real estate and wills and estate team.
We provide civil litigation services at all levels of court, and in a variety of areas. We have represented clients before the Superior Court of Justice, the Small Claims Court, and various tribunals and boards. We will guide you through every stage of the proceeding, with a view to achieving a reasonable resolution as early as possible, to save you legal expense.
Business and corporate law encompass a wide area of legal issues, whether your business is large, or small. We can provide you the advice and guidance necessary to make choices to grow and protect your business.
We provide a resolution focused approach to family law which utilizes tools such as collaborative practice and mediation to tailor legal solutions which best fit our clients’ needs. While we have significant experience in all aspects of family law, including before the courts, we prefer to help our clients resolve their matters outside of court, wherever practicable, to reduce costs for them and ensure the most appropriate result possible.
Purchasing a home, or other property, is typically the single biggest transaction any person will make in their lifetime. We take that responsibility seriously, and will ensure that you are well informed at every stage of the process. We take the time to make sure our clients understand the legal aspects of the real estate transactions, as well as the practical side - including dealing with utility providers.
A properly executed will means that your intentions will be carried out, and your heirs and family members have what they need to wind up your estate as quickly as possible, during one of their hardest moments. Putting together an estate plan, and obtaining a proper will is a surprisingly straightforward process, involving a couple of hours' time commitment.