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For a city with 100,000 residents, Moncton has a surprising number of law firms, most of which are located downtown. With strong reputations that stretch back for decades, there are lots of good lawyers to choose from, almost too many. It's no longer about finding a good lawyer, it's about finding the right lawyer.
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Tony was born and raised in Calgary. He went to the University of Calgary where he received his Bachelor of Arts and Juris Doctor. Tony was Co-Convener of Reforming Family Justice System Initiative from 2015 to 2019. He continues to be President the University of Calgary Family Law Incubator. His preferred practice area has been family law for over 20 years.
Rick is a business, real estate and tax lawyer and works closely with individuals and small and medium sized businesses. Rick has a particular interest helping startups, from getting their companies incorporated, drafting shareholder agreements, to taking on investment.
Business lawyers can help your business. Common services include incorporation, contract creation, contract review, and restructuring.
Employment law governs the relationship between employers and employees. This includes creating and reviewing employment contracts to ensure they are enforceable.
Landlord-tenant lawyers help property owners and renters understand their rights and legal obligations.
Startup lawyers specialize in helping companies set themselves up for growth and acquisition.
Every situation is unique and sometimes they don't fall neatly into a category. Good lawyers have extensive legal experience and can provide advice on immigration, contract breach, and more.
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Maybe. Regulations for employment law and corporate law vary from province to province, so a local lawyer is recommended for questions relating to these areas. Other legal needs, including commercial dealings, immigration, and intellectual property are regulated federally and you can work with a lawyer from anywhere in Canada.
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It depends. If your legal issue has to do with protecting your intellectual property, then you might be paired up with a lawyer in Toronto. Most of Canada’s intellectual property lawyers are based in Toronto and you will need to be aware of the time zone difference.
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