The lawyers involved in these areas of law include W Patric Mackesy, Neil R. Jones, Michael J. Winward, Rocco A. Grilli and Maxine N. Birdsell, who have experience winning cases in these practice areas and are committed to providing a positive, stress-free experience.
Review the practice area you need help with below, and contact us for a consultation to see how Mackesy Smye can help with your case today.
Whether your business is involved in a shareholder dispute, is being sued by a disgruntled employee, or experiencing contract or collection issues, litigation can cause your business turmoil. A law suit can seriously affect your organization’s reputation, and alter your bottom line.Read More
Real Estate Law
Whether you are buying, selling or mortgaging a home, or are involved with more complicated joint ventures, commercial leasing, or land development, real estate transactions are rife with potential pitfalls. In Ontario, more than 70 percent of Ontario residents were homeowners by 2006. This means that the majority of the population is affected by real estate in some way.Read More
Estates & Trusts
Whether we like to think about it or not, effective estate planning is essential to protecting those you love, and is critical to your peace of mind. An estate plan will ensure that your assets are protected and transferred correctly to your beneficiaries, and that your wishes are carried out. However, only 30% of Canadians have a current will. Without an estate plan in place, your family could suffer serious financial consequences if you die.Read More
A corporation is a separate legal entity, with its own unique legal requirements and taxation obligations and benefits. If you are incorporating your business, drafting shareholder agreements, or undergoing a corporate restructuring, handling your corporation’s legal issues improperly can mean disaster for your business.Read More
Having a current will is critical to protecting your family’s future. Despite this, more than 70% of Canadians don’t have one. It may be unpleasant to think about, but if you don’t have a will, there can be serious and expensive consequences.Read More