Real Estate Law

Our real estate lawyers service Burlington, Oakville, Milton and Hamilton.

Buying or selling a home should be a good experience. However, people often have many questions.

Below are some frequently asked questions by sellers and purchasers.

What is Land Transfer Tax?

How is Land Transfer Tax calculated?

What is Title Insurance?

What does Title Insurance cover?

What are disbursements?

How much does Title Insurance cost? 

What is the cost of a real estate closing?

Do I need a Real Estate Lawyer?

What are Probate Clauses in the Agreement of Purchase and Sale?

What is an Agreement of Purchase and Sale? (Part 1)

What is an Agreement of Purchase and Sale? (Part 2)

What is UFFI? 

Do I need a lawyer for buying a Residential Property?

Do I need a lawyer for selling a Residential property? 

I am looking to sell my condo do I need a lawyer? 

I am looking to buy a condo do I need a lawyer?

Is there a real estate lawyer near me? 

In my 12 years of experience as a lawyer I can say, that while most people don’t need a criminal lawyer or a litigation lawyer they do need a real estate lawyer.

Feel free browse some of my blog entries about the local Burlington and Oakville Real estate market:


Real estate lawyers selling homes?

Real Estate Lawyers will profit from Burlington home sales.


Why I decided to practice Real Estate Law in Burlington-Halton


A real estate closing is most common reason why people will end up visiting a lawyer. At my real estate law office I can assist you with the purchase or sale of a new or used home.

I have set up my practice in Burlington, Halton Region because this is where I live and work as well. Therefore, I am very familiar with the real estate market here. Along with that, I have established contacts with realtors that are local as well.

Burlington, Oakville and Milton are some of the fastest growing communities and the real estate market is thriving as well.


I can also assist you with the purchase or sale of a new or used condominium.

While many real estate lawyers often pass clients off to their law clerks. Rest assured, that at my law office you will be dealing with me directly. I am accessible via text message and email during business hours.

For many real estate clients this provides peace of mind knowing they can contact me.


If you are buying a home or selling contact our office to speak with a real estate lawyer in Burlington.
I provide legal services in Burlington, Milton, Hamilton and Oakville.

My address is 901 Guelph Line, Burlington.
You can also call or text at 416-505-4901 OR call Toll Free: 1 (800) 939-9211