CIVIL LITIGATION

What is civil litigation?

Civil litigation refers to the process of resolving a civil dispute (i.e. business, real estate, estate, etc.) through the court system. Civil litigation covers any legal issue that is not criminal. Our litigation practice covers a broad range of civil proceedings as presented here below, with the exception of matrimonial litigation.

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Commercial & business litigation

We will handle banking, corporate, commercial, contract litigation, and shareholder disputes.

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Estate litigation

We represent family members, beneficiaries including disinherited beneficiaries, attorneys named under powers of attorney and executors by advocating on their behalf in contentious estate matters

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Real Estate Disputes

We handle joint property owner disputes, neighbor disagreements, boundary disputes, development  issues, home defect issues, actions against buyers or sellers of real estate among others.

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Construction and contract litigation

We will represent parties involved in contractual disputes and construction liens.

NOTA BENE

This information is based on Ontario law and does not constitute legal advice. It is intended to inform and not to advise and does not create a solicitor/client relationship. The statements above are general in nature. The individual facts in a given case may alter their application or involve other laws not referred to here. Any amounts referred to are subject to change.