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Our lawyers in Greater Toronto Area (GTA), Chatham, and Hamilton are dedicated to the success of our clients in the areas that impact them the most:
Their estates, their families, and their business.
A Law Firm for the People
Every day, all across the greater Toronto area and other Canadian cities, people have to deal with complex and potentially intimidating legal issues. Businesses undergo major transactions, estates are settled, and people enter and exit the country for personal and business reasons all of the time. Finding lawyers in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), Chatham, and Hamilton to help you navigate the legal waters is essential.
At Aion Law Partners, our lawyers are ready to assist you whenever you need us. We’re committed to practicing in the areas of law that most impact people every day, and we’re standing by to bring our experience and guiding hand to your legal situations.
Estate planning and administration are an indelible part of our lives. Estates are legacies, and it’s crucial to make sure that we’ve developed plans for taxes, financial management, asset preservation, estate distribution, and much more.
Aion Law Partners is your go-to destination for estate planning and administration. Our estate lawyers in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), Chatham, and Hamilton have deep experience getting our clients prepared for the future.
We know how important your estate is to you and your loved ones, and we want to help you make sure it is secure and safeguarded.
Finding the right immigration lawyer in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), Chatham, and Hamilton can make a significant difference in how those issues resolve.
At Aion Law Partners, we know immigration law matters demand dedication and experience. Our prior experience and success allow us to help guide clients through the processes of immigration law.
Our immigration lawyers in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), Chatham, and Hamilton represent individuals, families, and businesses in all immigration matters, including services for resident visas, Canadian citizenship, permanent residency, family or spousal sponsoring, and more.
We know how important it is that your immigration law matter is handled expertly and properly, and we are here to provide you with the representation you deserve.
From January 1, 2022 long awaited changes to the law have finally arrived. In the past, it you got married after writing a Will, it would be revoked. If you died and you weren’t divorced but were separated, your former partner would be able to claim a stake in your assets.
Start a business with your exit in mind. By thinking this way you will be well prepared for emergencies but more importantly you will increase the value of your business by ensuring it is always well documented and organized.
Every family should have an emergency plan. Make it a point to review it yearly and ensure your legal documents are up to date too.
If your future legacy plan entails leaving to a minor child or loved one, your will needs a testamentary minors trust. If you have children, it’s a must to consider.
You’ve heard of trust funds but do you really know what a trust is and what it’s used for? A trust can be used for many things. It can be an incredible tax planning tool to reduce capital gains taxes on property or businesses…
The reward of rising property values and having a brand new property of your choice can be great, but it’s important to understand the contract you will be getting into if you choose to buy one.