Find a Lawyer in Moncton
It's quick and efficient to connect with Moncton business lawyers through the Goodlawyer platform.
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.
Goodlawyer has a network of trusted specialists across Canada, ready to help you. Get matched and connect today, it only takes a few minutes.
What can Goodlawyer help you with?
Most business owners have some legal questions that can be solved with an Advice Session with a business lawyer. After your call, your corporate lawyer may recommend a fixed-rate legal services that could benefit your business, including some of the popular services in Moncton outlined below. Visit our pricing page to see the rest of our legal services.
What some of our customers have to say about a few of our east coast lawyers
"Very knowledgeable in that patent and IP space and was able to give great recommendations for my business and how to move forward. Will be contacting again!"
"I highly recommend Goodlawyer and working with Kim in particular. As a brand new business owner, I am not only learning how to start-up, build, and scale a business, but also learning the legalities behind such a venture."
Our practice areas in Moncton
Corporate & Commercial
Get help starting and structuring your business, managing key commercial relationships with contracts, financing, franchises and buying or selling a business.
Employment, Labour Relations, & Human Resources
Employment laws govern the relationships between employers and employees. These lawyers can draft your custom agreements and advise on HR and employment issues.
Cybersecurity, Privacy & Data Protection
Copyright, patent, and trademark laws protect your unique creations from copycats. IP lawyers can help you understand your options and maximize the value of your intellectual property.
Tax law is notoriously complex and affects every business in Canada. A Tax lawyer can help you navigate these rules and save your business thousands of dollars per year.
Finding and securing top talent is critical for your business to grow. Sometimes that means bringing the right talent to you with strategies and advice from an Immigration lawyer.
Wills & Estates
As a business owner, you've got a lot at stake. A Wills & Estates lawyer develops a plan for how to handle your personal and business assets in the case of your untimely demise.
Frequently asked questions
Do I need a lawyer in my city?
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.
What do I do if I need a lawyer in my province or city?
If you need a lawyer in your province or city we will match you according to your needs.
Will I be paired with an out-of-province lawyer for my legal needs with Goodlawyer?
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.
Is a lawyer necessary for everything I do legally for my business?
What if 15 minutes of advice is not enough time?
If it looks like your call is going to take more than 15 minutes, your lawyer will let you know so that you can either extend the call or wrap the conversation up. If you’re having a productive discussion and decide to continue, it’s a flat rate of $39 per additional 15 minutes.