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Garry Cass, ext.207
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Garry Cass

In the old days, people had a family doctor, a family dentist, pharmacist, accountant and a family lawyer.  In those days,  professionals were members of the community and their clients were often neighbours.  Family lawyers served the everyday needs of their clients and understood their unique circumstances in the face of life’s special challenges. People knew that their family lawyer was ready to work with them through every stage of their life and would help them ensure that the family was protected through the generations.

Today many people seek professional advice only when circumstances force the issue. Service is commoditized and professionals are seen as interchangeable. Sometimes we forget that the best professional advice comes from people who understand our needs, expectations, and goals, that is, people with whom we share an ongoing relationship; people we trust.

A Person You Can Turn To for Ongoing Advice

A family’s lawyer, as opposed to a “family lawyer”  is not simply a professional trained to handle separation and divorce; he or she is a person you can turn to for all your ongoing legal affairs from estate planning to real estate, from business contracts to wills.

I believe in the traditional value of the family lawyer. I want to help you with the important things in your life that need the assistance of a lawyer.  I am here to answer your questions, help you plan for life’s contingencies and to help you through the unexpected events that can happen to anyone. For instance:

  • If you are in the “sandwich generation” how do you manage aging parents on one side and a growing family on the other?
  • How do you pass wealth from one generation to the next in the most efficient way so that as little of it as possible is lost?
  • If you care for a loved one with a disability, how do you make sure that the care will continue when you are no longer able to provide it?
  • How do you pick a guardian for your young children in the event of the unthinkable?
  • How do you know that you are getting good advice about these very important matters?
  • How do you know who to trust?

I suggest that the answer lies in getting to know your lawyer and letting your lawyer get to know you. It also lies in straight forward, easy to understand communication.

I value these kinds of relationships. I look forward to building a personal relationship with you that is based on understanding your needs and offering informed advice and great service at fair fees.

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