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Taxonomy : Lawyers (17)

Lawyers

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9 Pine Street, Brockville, ON, K6V 1E8
613-345-4809

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20 King Street West, Brockville, ON, K6V 5W1
613-342-5577

Areas of Practice:

Family Law

Family Mediation

Collaborative Family Law

Wills and Estates

Civil Litigation

Real Estate

Mental Health

9 Broad Street, Suite 207, Brockville, ON, K6V 6Z4
613-498-0944
613-498-0946

At Henderson Johnston Fournier, we pride ourselves on delivering top quality legal services in real estate, civil litigation, corporate law, wills & trusts, estates, contracts, mediation and private international law.

Our law firm’s partners Neville C. Johnston and Paul J. Fournier, supported by a staff of eight well trained employees, enjoy a solid reputation for service, integrity and efficiency. Whether you are buying, selling or mortgaging real property, starting, buying or selling a business, commencing or defending a lawsuit, seeking legal advice for a civil, corporate or other issue, planning your estate, or wanting powers of attorney, Henderson Johnston Fournier provides the personal attention you deserve.

61 King Street East, Brockville, ON, K6V 1B2
613-345-5613
613-345-6473

Michael O’Shaughnessy has practiced criminal and family law in Brockville since 1977. He has defended people charged with criminal and drug offences and represented people in family court, since that time.

Citizens charged under the Criminal Code of Canada, the Controlled Drug and Substance Act and other federal and provincial statutes have been represented by Mr. O’Shaughnessy in criminal court throughout Eastern Ontario.

21 Courthouse Square, Brockville, ON, K6V 4T3
613-342-4491
613-342-6405

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303-9 Broad Street, Brockville, ON, K6V 6Z4
613-342-1183

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